Proud Phu Fah Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... found mango with sweet coconut sticky rice, and Greg bought a bag full of mee krob, sweet crispy rice noodles. Everything was delicious. And the local vendors enjoyed this group of westerners taking their pictures and sampling their food. We're taking a rest at the pool this afternoon, our first relaxation of the trip! I'd say it's in the low 80s but water is cold because it drops to the 60s at night. Not complaining. Great weather for sight seeing and ...
... to stand up and walk out of the pond. This is where I got nervous because there was 10 elephants walking on either side of me and I had nowhere to go. thankfully I wasn't squished but it was so exciting! When I got home, my migraine was in full swing. I took three different types of migraine medication over the course of the evening and nothing seem to kick the pain. It was another evening in bed from 5:00 PM and a night spent over the toilet throwing up. Such a sad way to end a marvelous ...
... in Thai) The picture of said insect included in this entry was taken in Billy's carport. They are tough creatures that require considerable force to crush. The guy pictured below continued to thrive even after his body was flattened. You can see his size compared to Billy's hand.
There are two other pictures with no identification. Mason, can you identify?
... was bearable. Then we moved into the jungle and along a creek. Trying to step across the creek. I grabbed a tree for balance (the same tree the guy in front of me had grabbed) and it felt like I'd grabbed a cactus. I looked down at my hand expecting to find thorns, but instead they were these little white bugs that had latched onto my skin. I must have grabbed right at their nest or something. They were gross. And then I ended up stepping in the river anyway and just decided to ...
... Unfortunately "my" monk's English was limited to: "Fro wha **** you for" I abandoned my efforts to delve further but I would have asked many burning questions such as, "If your parents hadn't packed you off to a monastery when you were a small child would you have preferred to be a striker with Chiang Mai Rovers? Or - what with all that chanting and praying don't you get hungry not eating anything after noon?" It was time to return the bikes ...