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... Year. Thereafter we have no flights booked or any fixed itinerary but we expect to go to Malaysia, hopping back into Thailand to explore further followed by Sri Lanka..........the world is our oyster as we are free spirits.
First stop Kas - pronounced Cash - that'll be interesting given we've got a budget of £50 cash to live on per day max............we'll let you know how that's going but rest assured Graham's got his finger on the pulse when it comes to handling the dosh. ...
... There is rubbish and food everywhere and nobody is remotely interested in clearing it up.....it's like relaxing in a pig's sty......but that would be offensive to pigs! Can you believe it. If the airport at Naples is representative of the city, then we are glad that we didn't go!
Oh we were soooooooo pleased when EasyJet turned up to take us back to sanity!
Bob returns to England overweight and under shaved, and Jan returns ...
... There is something on every night of the week and during the day. People are out and about meeting friends or making new ones. It's vibrant but impossible to see it 'all'. It's a place where you could get a severe case of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out).
I've aimed to explore different ...
... and meeting her two part Abyssinian cats. Their mother had a one-night stand, and these were two of the litter. They look mostly Abyssinian, but have a few tale-telling (or is it tail-telling) strange markings. And one is humongous! Being very allergic to cats, I can only appreciate them from afar, but they always seem to love me. True to form, Sadie came up, much to Joan's surprise, and rubbed against my legs hoping for a petting. Sorry, Sadie!
We came across this Vietnamese Restaurant called Pho, and I'm glad we did, as I have never tried Vietnamese food before. The spicy noodle soup was unreal. Full of so many different flavours, and it was so much spicier than the phal I had a few nights ago.
After that had settled, we took our last London train journey ...