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... in our throats, as we understood the strength of body and mind of the men, and of course dear Dad who came back but so, so many didn't. I was touched by this citation:- I would say that ( the railway) was the most searching test of fundamental character and guts that I have ever known. That so many men came through this test with their heads high and their records unblemished was something of which we .... may not be unreasonably proud" Major Bruce Hunt, Australian Army ...
... noise such as a tunnel or a bridge.... You don't really get a lovely sleep the way you imagine sleeping on a train would be. It's pretty disruptive. Despite this, I think I was asleep from about 9 pm - 2 am, and then awake for the rest of the night. And the train bathrooms? Free. I would've paid the 8 baht to get those station bathrooms back. Justin was sleeping on the bottom bunk so he had a big window. He began the night with the window wide open and ...
... size beds and en suite bathrooms - complete with weird massage bum washing toilets...all very strange . Was decent though! And a sweet view of the city and our pool below! We were all pretty tired after the flight and just wanted to chill in our room and grab some food. Unfortunately for Claire she suffered from a disgusting nose bleed so Fabienne and I went down to the road below and picked up our street food for the evening. We walked up and down the ...
... three bucks to shrink wrap his entire suit case that would cover the hole and at least keep anything from falling out. Soren's new suit case for this trip (purchased in Portland) fell apart as well. A wheel broke and so did the handle. I know it was a lot of travel, but really a suit case should last more than 35 days. Grr. Anyway, we got on a very very warm plane at 2 am and within 40 minutes Weston's "all nighter" crashed with the rest of us until we woke up in ...
... oil, and swirled an egg around to form a thin sheet. She
piled the noodles on top of the egg, and when she scooped the whole thing out and
turned it upside down, voila! an egg covered igloo.
A woman in front of us asked for something extra, which was a banana blossom. My
guide had to look in her dictionary fo find the English meaning for how it tastes --
astringent. Like a very unripe banana. I of course ...