Rai Saeng Arun
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... have to buy a ticket for the bus that takes you to the Lao side of the border - cost 20 Baht. The woman at the counter also asks if you have US$ for the Lao Visa, and i thought - great I can exchange money here. Lucky me? - WRONG!!! Clearly knowing you need US$ they try to rip you off. The current exchange rate was $1 - 32 Baht. Well they wanted 40 Baht for $1. When I highlighted the exchange rate she just told me it is more expensive to pay in Baht for my Visa. Well - I ...
... distributed indestructible soccer balls to impoverished counties. They actually gave us a ball and it's going to be our challenge to see how long we can keep it until we feel the time to gift it or barter it arises. These three expats gave us the best advise when it came to worrying about our future. They simple said don't worry about it and just enjoy the place you are in and the people you are around and things will work out. We always have a hot meal, shower, and place to ...
After an awful nights sleep, or lack thereof, I was surprisingly perky at 7am. Packed and across for my breakfast of eggs whilst waiting to be picked up for the bus. Once again we were with Chris & Katie, and also an American girl called Maggie. Maggie was with us yesterday but today as it was just us five we were all as one as such. We got a bus to the border, where we passed through with near to no problems. We walked through initially with no ...
As we set off this morning, we left Will behind. I very much felt like the end, felt nearer, and more tangible. Soon this bubble would be burst.
As we followed the moat around the old city of Chiang Mai. I felt very privileged and grateful both for being here but even more for the previous encounters.
Our journey today was taking us out of Thailand (into Laos). ...
... we revelled in its tranquility. On the boat we drank beer and played cards until early evening when we arrived at the tribe where we would be spending the night. We explored the beautiful village interacting with the friendly villagers along the way. We then had a deliciously fresh meal (I know it was as we were carrying the chickens alive on the boat) before playing a drinking ...