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... for a good fifteen minutes or so. Huge in size and as long, these boas were yellow in color. They definitely matched my yellow sweater; so what do you think we did! Paid the fee once more and had more pictures taken with us holding the boa! At least this time around, we had the floating market behind us as a background!
So voila! ...
... if you ask me. I’ll definitely miss this hotel along the Chao Phraya River but on the other hand, looking forward to a new chapter of my trip!
Our suitcases were put in the hotel’s storage room to be picked up later in the afternoon and then we boarded our minibus for our morning tour to nowhere else than the world’s famous Damnern Saduak Floating ...
... of us hitting her head on the floor. It was more upsetting than watching someone get pummelled in the ring as she smiled through his fake eye lashes and readjusted his wig through gritted teeth. The show was amazing, I was impressed and depressed by the reality of the situation being that they all had better figures than I could ever hope for! We joined them on the stage for a dance afterwards, only downside being you had to pay 3 baht for a wee, I don't appreciate ...
... felt guilty. That same feeling you get if you step on a spider or kill a fly. There we were…two meters above the ground on an elephant in Thailand and we weren’t enjoying it. I was in a permanent state of shock and despair the entire ride. The driver, a short Thai man who constantly sang Justin B’s Baby song kept stabbing, kicking and hitting the elephant with an umbrella. At one point he kept pushing the elephant to go in the water which the poor elephant really ...
So a week has come and gone since my last blog, and similar to that situation tonight is also the scrubbing knickers in the street night. I am feeling less hesitant now we have the fan to dry them for us. Luxury. A more interesting topic than my gusset going ons, rode a cheeky little elephant last weekend, and by little it was large, but little for us. Standing eagerly waiting for our elephant at the conveyor belt a small, gammy little love limped over. Me and Amelia nearly refused to ...
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