Motel 6 Seattle South
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Today Mike was up at 0630 to go to his twice a week Tennis match, and he arrived back home about 0930. We were up and about 0700 showered, breakfast, and a fair bit of chatting, I did my diary, then when Mike got home, we discussed where today may take us, and it was a unanimous decision to go and see the largest building in the world, the Boeing Aircraft Plant, only 1 hour from where we are staying at, along highway 5 turn off to the right, and there it all starts, miles and ...
... of the games. We'd barely been in the hostel for five minutes when we received a message from Manish and agreed to meet him for a beer as he was still in the city for a few more hours. He asked us to meet him near the Space Needle, which sticks out like a sore thumb over the Seattle skyline and therefore made it easy for us to locate. Disappointingly, we probably chose the weirdest bar in the whole of the city and Manish's ID wasn't accepted, despite the fact that ...
... touring the Khao Sok Lake by boat, but mostly importantly we all laughed and had a good time!
My two favorite activities were the elephant nature park and boating around/swimming in the Khao Sok lake. The elephant nature park was very inspiring. A woman named Lek takes elephants under her wing and away from animal tourism so they can learn to be wild animals again. She has such a huge heart for elephants, and it touches my heart to see ...
... knows when another challenge will appear!
I left to spend the day with my friend Dena and her son Sasha. I had an adventure getting on the wrong van\bus twice, (they changed the routes without warning me) but I finally made it to their place and we had a wonderful time talking and making Russian pancakes together.
As I was walking back home from the trolley bus..., I met Michael at the Chicken KIOSK and we discussed what to have for dinner since there was still no ...
... was good and I’d say charismatic but only in the way an autocue is charismatic as everything he said was scripted down to the word and if anyone asked a question he sort of brushed it off and got back into character. At the end he asked for tips and sat at the door with a jar to make it virtually impossible to not tip. I’d said to Charlotte earlier could we not run off but she wanted to see the whole thing.
We wandered around a pier, ...