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A serene escape from the craziness of Khao San Road. Has a pool w/ green garden to hang in. Solid budget choice for this area and in the heart of the action.
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This is a story .. all about how.. my life got flip turned upside down, and i'd like to take a minute just sit right down to tell you how i became the fresh prince of bel aire.
and on and on..
This was fun fun fun..
till the daddy takes the TBird away
At some point during the night it seems as though Becky's cold leaped from her and over to me. I woke up with a swollen throat and a general feeling of not wanting to do anything. Annoyingly enough, today was one of the only days in the last few months that doing nothing really wasn't an option. So I got up and showered, at which point my nose began streaming and has yet to stop. For those of you who haven't been around me when I've got a cold, I think ...
... chicken and potato.
We headed to Khao San Road and while it was just as busy as before it seemed much more tame and more up-market. There were still insect delicacies but we steered clear giving the excuse we had just eaten!
Heading back to the hotel, we caught a glimpse of the same duo that were playing at a bar we stopped at 3 years ago. It was strange to re-live a moment but it was a fitting end to our Asian adventure.
Ship Internet is often the talk around the dinner tables - it doesn't work well and it's ridiculously expensive. We bought 250 minutes for 100US -- we're down to 90 minutes now and have only managed to send a couple of emails and check our bank accounts. We posted three blogs with shots of Vietnam - can't find two of them and have no indication they ever got off the ship...? We did ask the ship's librarian (who is responsible for wifi) whether we ought to ...
... its a slight exaggeration, but there were literally times I would just zone out and feel like I wasn't actually present in a place, even though I physically was. I had never felt so weird in my life. I guess it's a combination of a huge lack of sleep, the heat which trust me was ******* hot, being dehydrated and always being on the road. Plus the food, smells and sights were all new and different, I was a delirious mess! But most of us were a lot of the time, I ...