Rendez Vous Hotel
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... and just about every depraved thing you could think of. Mark is about to snot Genelle for pulling up a couple of Ladyboys to get a photo with him - not sure why this is an issue but ......when Genelle wants something she usually gets it and she wanted a photo of Mark with the ladyboys so he had no option.
We are on the home stretch, feet are aching, ears deaf from the doof doof music and incessant noise of Bangla Road, and there is another ...
... anthem in BBQ restaurant moo-ka-ta as we entered ...Everyone stood up.feeling slightly odd lol. The moo ka ta is a traditional Thai BBQ. It's a open air restaurant with a roof on top. So many different types of raw meats, fish, soup fillers, vegetables are all lined together down the middle. then at each table there is a hole, a metal pyramid thing, kettle, chop sticks & 2 bowls. Once seated a man brings over a bucket of piping hot coals and places it in the hole on the ...
... guide, Charin, and got our minibus to our first stop! This bit's for Anna - a brief description of our group! It's pretty small to be honest, but I think we've done pretty well! Bec- she's a teacher from Australia, absolutely stunning, and on a trip of self discovery! She seems sweet, and has obviously done this kind of thing before! Susanne and Tom - they're travelling together, I was trying to work out how, because he's quite a bit younger than her, turns out ...
... on my iPad, good food and three pillows made this one of the more pleasant flights I have experienced during my short time on this dinky little planet.
The flight from Kuala Lumpur was not quite so plush but it was still sufficient. There was a hair in my fruit salad and the salad roll I was served for brunch was not very filling. However, the flight was only an hour and a half long and I was dangerously close to my ...
... You see? It's like a living animal. You ride it, you have a bad day then it grants you gifts, like the sun rising over the Cotswolds. You drink in the country, can smell it, breathe it into your lungs and damned near taste it. Those of us that have ever been or seen a psychotherapist/analyst establishment, did you ever see any bikes parked outside? I would say no. You ever see a biker crying? Nope. There is an ornate beauty in that. Meditation ...