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... because the situation in Egypt is still a bit questionable. We both really wanted to see Angkor Wat, but beyond that we really hadn't thought a whole lot about the area. Well, it is an incredible part of the world and the trip exceeded both of our expectations. First, Bangkok. What a bustling city, and a bit of a culture shock! From the moment we left the air conditioning of the airport, we knew we were in a different world. It was HOT! Rambuttri Road was crowded ...
... we are not in the mood to stop -
plse don't even think about the conversation in the car - it will hurt your ears - never mind
we make it some 1hr 45min late and possibly 60km more than was our original plan - we
arrive at our Best Western Plus and I am lost as to what is the 'Plus' -- ah well perhaps I
will recognize it after a good sleep
We are trying for the 10am ferry at Twaassen - wish us and the GPS luck!!
... that meant we had to park on perfectly even ground. We got a chock and a block of wood, and we managed to perfect the use of them for now, until tomorrow (Thursday) we're Anson has to take the RV into Bellingham to be fixed. So we left Portland by about 10last night, and as we were no longer going to drive to Mt St Helens, instead we made our way Seattle bound, were we spent the night ins Walmart car park in Olympia. We pulled in at 12:00 on ...
... Jeff, Kush, steen, Doug, Sherri, steen, Mark, Braedon, Johnny, Kelly, And Vicki all came was a lovely dinner. We headed back to The Met, as a few people didn't get to come to dinner so we had a few drinks with them! Luis, Clint, Marlyn and Dave, Darryl and Not Scott, AJ where all there waiting for me to come back from dinner was so nice ...
... of planning around the weather as the weather being serendipitously kind to us! However, I don't think Goldie likes big cities or something because she started to idle a little funny and overheat a little bit. She seems in much better spirits now that we are not so much in the heart of the urban fabric. We'll keep an eye on her though.
It never ceases to amaze me the amount of attention and camaraderie that driving the VW Wesfalia generates. ...