The one where Kate turned 32 and found a frog in the toilet November 2nd 2008 Meanwhile, back in Bangkok....
So we made it. After a mammoth flight with an 8 hour monster stop over in Qatar, we landed in Bangkok. It was about 7pm and we loaded onto a bus and headed for Khoa San Road. Once checked in to our hotel, despite having not slept in 30 hours - we headed to the bar. We reasoned that this way we would go to bed at a normal time and combat jet lag. Right?
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Asia » Thailand » South-West Thailand A unified Thai kingdom was established in the mid-14th century. Known as Siam until 1939, Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country never to have been taken over by a European power. A bloodless revolution in 1932 led to a constitutional monarchy.... ... read more
It started in November 2006, when we quit our jobs, rented out our house, sold our belongings and set off in search of adventure in South East Asia.
Backpacking around SE Asia followed, along with working with elephants in Pattaya, a TEFL course in Thailand, teaching in Bangkok, Madrid, Bournemouth....
"Where next?" you might ask.
Well, the pull of the East was too great, so we hot-footed back to Thailand, and then onto Vietnam.
We spent a year teaching in a language centre in Haiphong in the North of Vietnam. Then we went searching for the bright lights o... full info