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... ones in action because they normally play for 15 minutes and sleep 2 hours like other babies :)
Then we walked around the kingdom and had a look at the other tigers. They had even two newborn tigers (24 hours old) that were too tiny and vulnerable to be exposed to the public. However, we could observe them at least through the camera installed in their cage where they were enjoying some privacy together with their mum.
If you decide to visit the Tiger Kingdom, ...
... as I did after that shower, even though it was ice cold) and using the wifi. At 7pm we headed out for dinner at a local food market. Our food was cooked on the side of the street and we ate sitting undercover just behind, so we could see all our food being prepared! It was an extremely inexpensive meal and we felt like one of the locals. We then wandered around the stalls looking at other food on offer and decided to go back the next day for lunch as there was so much to choose ...
... snakes so at least I had a plausible excuse to buy it :) with the walking stick my life got much easier not only is it helped me walking without pain but people noticed it and it became much simpler walking around crowded areas as people went immediately out of our way and also when crossing the street cars and bikes stopped immediately, as well. The only downside was taxi drivers bothering us all the time.
... in our next life. If I am addicted to apples, in my next life I will come back as an apple. Only those who are free of worry or thoughts can be taken into Nirvana.
Matt spoke at length with him about sexuality. Buddhist belief is very accepting of homosexuality, with most in the country having no issues with it. There is not gay marriage here, however LGBTs live without fear of ramification. The Lonely Planet book is quoted as saying that most Thai people are ...
... be kidding.
Good grief; the place was so busy half of Kuala Lumpur must’ve been there and
it must be a ‘gold mine’ (figuratively speaking). Another mouth-watering Malay/Chinese
meal at the golf course punctuated the return trip on my return to the hotel
All this time I forgot Jonathan had got more energy than
a nuclear power station. I should have remembered, when he came to see me in
Cape Town last ...