View Talay Villas
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Not close to the beach but that's a minor detial as the beach is disappointing anyway!
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... whether I take a shower or make me want to wash
9:13 Dishes were removed
9:30 The room is wiped for the 2nd time (I did not understand to this day why they come over 2 times and what is the difference from the first and second time)
9:35 Blood pressure , temperature and oxygen measurement
10:00 Doctor looks over, clean wound
... swimming a few laps. The highlight of the day was meeting my old friend Dr. Arlo Fast from my Hawaii days. Arlo and I had maintained occasional email, and phone contact for the last 30 years. Mutual friends informed us what the other was up to. Tom, Arlo and I went out to dinner and walked around and had a good discussion of I. M. Wemes books on Thai nightlife and cultural disconnects between male foreign tourist and Thai women. We visited an open beer bar with about ...
... about for my dissertation! After this, we returned to the Maha Thai, for quiz night, which my team won! So now I have been on the winning team twice out of three weeks, as has David (Keith's son-in-law), as we won it the first week. Next week will be the decider!!
Expect to see lots of pictures in the not-so-distant future, with the father Ray celebrations, and the Mother's Day celebration - I have a busy weekend ahead - There's no rest for the ...
We took a taxi back to Bangkok and spent our last night there before flying home...one last walk along the Sukhumvit Road...one last massage...one last glimpse of the city and the country...ah, even before leaving Thailand we began to miss it! ...
When we finally landed in San Francisco, it was a cold, gray day...such ...
... beach and the lights from the city. The food was yet again fantastic. On Wednesday Jean-Guy and I headed back to Ban Saray (I wasn't kidding when I said I fell in love with it!!). We sat next to a large family (mixed westerners and Thai people) that were cooking on a small portable 'BBQ'... really just a metal bucket of coals! The older woman kept appologizing for the smoke that kept blowing in our direction but the food smelled so good we didn't mind and in the end ...