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... I drove down to the lanes, where we have to try find a SIM card for mum. At the end of the day we came back empty handed, because we decided that it would be better to use Dad's phone. The rest of the day we just mucked around, nothing interesting ...
... man. The hostess lady who spoke about 4 languages could not establish any rapport with him at all. The simple conversation regarding "would you like a drink sir" took about 5 minutes of gesticulating and grunting. Each time he spoke he waved his arms around which was dangerous both for my ribs and also the drinks which we already had on our trays.
As our jet approached Bangkok we were all given landing cards to complete. This task was just one to many for my pal and ...
... a parking permit, which only locals can get. So, back down the stairs.......yes, all the way down......nearly tumbling down the steep rugged red carpet on the stairsway. Richy went off looking for the regency car park, a few blocks down the road. Getting there was tricky, because there was a maze of one way streets to follow, before driving back down to the beach front road. Maya thought Richy had gone missing, because he wasn't back until almost a half ...
Today was again simply spent with friends down here in the South coast region
of Sussex. The morning began with a text message from my mate Phil in
Littlehampton at about 7h30. "Hey Rich, when you left last night you did not
perhaps load one of my sons school shoes into your topbox"? Sure enough there in
my topbox was a rather similar black shoe as the ones ...
... of the
front of it. There is also a +15 where you climb up to get to the
organ and the choir sings there. There are a few dozen large wooden
seats right under the organ where I would imagine Bishops and others
of importance would have sat during mass. Anyway, quite the site to
The old church across the street has
been turned into a pub. We went over there for lunch, Brian thought
that sitting in a church to drink Guiness would ...