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... and I have never seen so many Chinese lanterns going up in the sky, some were twice the size of those you see in the UK. What was quite funny, well I thought anyway, was that the local politicians wanted to get in on the act so from about 11. 40pm they where introduced on the stage did a boring speech each then sat on sofas facing the crowd, who of course were not the least bit interested in them . All everyone wanted was the countdown to ...
... and treating ourselves to a slice of chocolate cake between us before walking back. It's a city what more could we do?! We were passing the Anfield Pub in Phuket, packed with Thai supports of Liverpool who went wild when they beat Man Utd, the singing of, "Ool ever wak aone" was to rival that of the Kop!!! As we waited at the illusive bus station for our minibus on to our next destination, a town called Krabi, we were slightly worried that our driver ...
... hanging roller coaster), to kill all the humans - we won! And were greeted to a round of applause from the other Cyborgs on our return (the world is now safe from those pesky humans!) Realizing we hadn't eaten all day and were desperately short on red meat, we headed out of sci fi and back to NYC for a chargrilled steak at KT's bar and grill - yum. We're entertained by 60's boy band The Daddy-O's outside the diner, then the girls. Knowing we wouldn't ...
... to start the wedding was a lot of noise and fun before the quiet parts with chanting monks. After the nice ceremony it was off to the bar for morning tea and a chance to start the catching up. Met cousin John's fiancÚ Vicki and spent most of the day with them catching up on lives. Had some nice chances to chat to Dom and Hilary as well during the day.
A quick mercy dash back to the hotel by Carl was required after ...
Problem number one: we had never before operated mopeds. Warning: it’s far more difficult than it
looks. Problem number two: people in
Thailand drive on the left side of the road.
We hadn’t operated any kind of vehicle in well over six months, so this
did not bode well. Problem number three:
we weren’t completely certain where we were going. Did we really consider any of ...