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... they had.
I took a taxi to the Big C and chatted to the driver on the way. It turns out that this fellow was a policeman by night but this was his day job. Amongst the usual tourist advertising along the sides of the road was a billboard advertising a rifle range on Koh Samui. The taxi man asked me if I wanted to go to the range. I declined and said that it wasn't my thing and that I was pretty sure that my travel insurance didn't cover accidental shootings. It was ...
... but had to stop for another cold drink as the stalls had not yet been set up. Once refreshed we wandered round the stalls to my favourite part, the food section. There was such an array of food being cooked and all looked delicious. Very spoilt for choice so we picked up a number of things and headed to the seated area they had set up. The food was really good. To Peta's disgust I went back for more! The clouds suddenly became very very ...
... enough to do it for half the price she originally asked for and although Jason and I were a bit uncomfortable about having the three of us on one motorbike, she got us back to our apartment safe and sound.
What a crazy wet and wild day it was! We truly had some of the most fun we've ever encountered before! Maybe one year we will celebrate the Thai new year in Bangkok, where the Songkran celebration lasts for three days instead of just the one!
... again we made this plans drunk. We talked about it today but still lot happens in a year.
We leave for Australia tomorrow! I know for a fact i will one day come back to Asia. There were so many things i still want to see and do here. I feel like I am leaving unfinished but alone with some great memories and stories. Now on to the next big part of my adventure.
Enjoy the photos!
... basket on top of him. As Mike pointed out, if I did die on a rampaging elephant it's not as if I'd know much about it, but that wasn't much of a comfort to me at the start! After a few minutes we arrived at a spot where the mahoot got off, and encouraged us to take it in turns to sit on the elephant's neck and have a photo taken...like that was ever going to happen with me! I was even more nervous at the thought that the elephant might run off with me on his back ...