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... boat: BHT 15 per person; passes more frequently (every 10-15 minutes); more crowded but still comfortable.
- Tourist boat: BHT 40 per person; passes roughly every 30 minutes; different stops; less crowded.
... to be in the area, that there are bombs going off daily and people are being shot. So we thanked him and off we went to our hotel. To everyone back home were not crazy stupid, we later spoke to some others who said the protests have been going on for month. They had recently (last few days) heated up and we saw on the news that people had been killed not far away but tourists are safe, and we havent seen any trouble the past few days other than busy roads due to closers where ...
... blocked it from closing again!!! One of the men got out in order to get me out of their way and hitting me back and forward with the doors hoping I will move!!! I Never did and It never crossed my mind to do so!!!
We couldn't manage at start to get Eugene out of the car!!! I got in panic!!! I screamed for help!!! I shouted in panic!!!
HELPPPPPP!!!! CALL THE POLICEE!!!!! No one!!! No one reacted!!! Everyone had amazing smiles on them enjoying their time!!! I knew we are in ...
... and in order, my own place and sleep in my own bed....apparently I can do this rather comfortably! It feels like a long time ago that I said goodbye to mum & dad at the airport, I'm missing the olds, along with the rest of my nearest and dearest, the UK weather, not so much. I'm in desperate need of a roast dinner and a good shop at Tesco though! Overall though, I feel I can continue doing this for a long time, but I do need to go back at some point and ...
2. "Cow jow” or steamed rice is served as the base to many different dishes. Often times a large dish, such as Chicken Curry, is served in the middle of the table. Every person at the table is then given a plate of rice. At your leisure you ladle, one or two spoonfuls at a time, the Chicken Curry onto the rice. (As a side note, our dog is named after this type of rice as she is served all the extras when the meals are finished).