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... 2 canadian girls, and about 2 brits. after a few hours of "havin' the crack", we moved on to the next place. thai nightclub - obviously that's where i needed to be until 4am. 43 hours in total without sleep. someone please shoot me! day seventeen / more jazz & cocktail buckets: slept in as long as humanly possible. showered. ventured out for food. the place i wanted to go was closed on saturday, so i settled with a cute little vegetarian cafe instead. my new thing is ...
... night market which seemed to sell more traditional and craft type goods...was nice until it started raining. We hired a motorbike scooter after a few days of realising that sweating all the time while walking about is not much fun. It just makes life easier although each time you get on one you risk your life with the crazy Thai driving. Nice and steady for me though don't worry! We decided to move accommodation just down the road as Mr Kems was a bit ...
... It turned our that they were from Exeter and Jennie and I had a lot in common. After the cookery course, and such a poor night sleep the night before, we were exhausted and so spent the afternoon sitting in the communal area of the hostel with wifi and chatting to people. We went out for a walk around the city and for a drink in the evening with some people from the hostel, but apart from that we were simply socialising inside. We didn't even need ...
The bird aviary was one of the best aviaries I have ever seen so far. Lot of birds, large space, amazing set up. We sat down and we were enjoying ourselves. After taking few pictures we were heading to see the koalas. We did not take any pictures unfortunately as the light was very bad and they were behind the glass. So we went to the reptiles and we were very disappointed how the animals were kept and how the set up were neglected - very big difference to other ...
... it resembles a gigantic crocheted
doily, perfectly knitted. Colourful street vendors and rickshaws abound but
there’s no hassling for business here. Just friendly smiles and a ‘we are here
for you if you want us’ pleasant attitude.
It was very hot and I was tired but there was still more
to do. We took a short drive to a huge open air Plaza on the shores of the Malacca
Straits, the strip of sea that ...