Tango Vibrant Living Place
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... the ones at the gym! We continued walking to a huge tree that had large wispy like tendrils dangling from the branches, its roots gnarled and twisted in a strangely artistic and strikingly ancient manner- a sign of things to come, namely Angkor Watt. Then we came upon an exercise gym in the park, no walls, no ceiling except for what the branches provided with their leaves (trees inside the gym), only a little fence like structure. Inside was a bench press with tires on either ...
... demanded $30 only which he eventually agreed and made us stand well away so not to tell any other travellers coming through who all paid the bribe! We felt very chuffed with ourselves especially knowing that the rude Italian behind us got scammed, well he deserved it for saying the UK sucks, is he stupid? We waved our passports around during he rest of the process just to make him aware we were in fact very proud and he was indeed very wrong for saying something so idiotic. We ...
... for 1 minute to remember those who served our country in times of need.
We remember the service and the sacrifices of more than 1.5 million Canadians:
• Aircrew; and
• Merchant seamen.
We stop to think about how much Canadian families have sacrificed, while their loved ones served overseas to protect Canada’s interests.
As a custom is Canada, we wear and proudly display a poppy (A type of flower) ...
... a tortoise 25 Do a taster menu (will be doing this in the next few months thanks to Matt & Kelly McNally who bought us this experience in Bangkok as a wedding gift!) 26. Go on the euro star 27. Go on the orient express 28. Get married ✅ (yay!!! Did it!!! Best day ever!!!) 29. Bake a cake from scratch 30. Go on a yacht for a night ✅ (We did a private overnight Mekong Delta cruise with our friends Gary and ...
... me and Beth enjoyed the Backstreet Boys CD which he has put on. Perhaps he thinks that all westerns love that music? Then came our first issue. The driver, who we had shown our Thai instructions too, couldn't read, and therefore was lost. We spent a good 10 minutes driving up and down the same road with the driver repeating 'big hotel?'. Eventually we managed to call the hostel owner and successfully directed the driver. After getting ...