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... a little slow for my liking. We got to the Island where they filmed an old James bond film "the man with the golden gun" i actually cant believe how busy it was with tourists. ( i havnt seen the film so suppose i wasnt loving it as much as some people) BUT the crazy cats that were there were posing - loving life.. Made the scenery a little happier for myself. After this we went kayaking. Which i thought ...
... it promptly filled with water… The face was floating! That night I took it back and he said he would fix it… I knew there was no fixing! I came back in an hour and he showed me all of the pieces. Gave me another one, just like the first and said, “no water”. The next day we went on the jungle safari, and the inside of the face was covered in fog… not steam proof either…hahah! Back I went ...
After a ***** sleep the night after full moon, 30 hours of travelling and waiting on every type of transport you can think of, feeling quite sick throughout the whole journey and plus doing this on my own with no wifi or contact with people, by the time I arrived at Dorothy's house (Harris' godmother) I had officially gone insane. My journey consisted of; a taxi - a boat - a bus - another taxi - a 2hr wait - another taxi - another ...
... shops that change from day to night markets filled with food carts selling pad Thai, pork ball soup, mango and sticky rice and Thai tea in bags. There are tiny flags and lanterns that hang above the streets in red and gold colors. Old VW buses set up like mini bars that sell buckets of booze you can carry with you. There's even fried scorpions on a stick for sale! Outside of the popular backpackers road we took the public boat transportation to ...
We thought we weren't picky eaters, until we were planted into the middle of a jungle, unable to buy any food.
Thursday 15th August
Breakfast: Nothing.. shocker.
Lunch: All the usual suspects; white rice, fish, chicken feet. We were introduced to a little treat that was actually really yummy; pumpkin was sooo nice. No jokes.
The headteacher at the school explained that Vietnamese food is worse than Thai... please God/Buddha help us.