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... to explain the meaning of satire to a group of 18/19 year old girls and keeping an inane smile on your fave so you don't seem like your getting annoyed. When you are. You're getting really exasperated. - Struggling to find a bloke to talk to who isn't exclusively after banging the living **** out of said wasted white girl as mentioned above. Believe or not blokes you have a brain. Don't forget that because you'll only end up with an STD and ...
... could take a picture of him which was really cool! We then walked around to another section of the temple where they are still building and there were these two wishing trees, really hard to explain but they are covered in these metal dream catcher type things with people prayers and wishes on. I bought myself one and wrote something on it and attached it to the tree. We then got called by our guide that our time was up and that it was lunchtime. We had a buffet style lunch ...
... the foreign guests are mostly French, so was happy to gain our help. We struggled to help her correct the grammar without changing her personal style. In one place she described a heavy fog in the valley and we suggested she should use 'mist' instead. "Fog is what we have in England. Mist is lighter and more romantic." Keep our comment in mind for later in this blog!
We had lunch in a cafe run by volunteers with all proceeds going to ...
... there where he trains students. He also designed a beautiful golden clock tower in the city that we passed.After visiting this temple we went to visit Myanmar (Burma), they country north of Thailand. We did not stay long, we just visited a few temples & went shopping a little. Myanmar was different than Thailand. In Thailand people seemed to have a little more money & were not ...
... of Chiang Rai but it's dirt cheap; £18 a night including breakfast! It's not bad at all and certainly not the worst place we have stayed in. As it was passed lunch we were a bit hungry, the hotel did not have a restaurant but they were happy to order pizza in for us.
In the early evening we explore Chiang Rai, we walk into town which was a bit further than expected. The main ...