Counting the Days

Welcome to ThailandI’ll be heading back to Thailand in a little over a month…Very happy about this. Normally I would have taken the non stop Thai air flight out of JFK in New York but seeing as they have put an end to that route I’ve had to look elsewhere.

There were a lot of flights to choose from but the deciding factors came down to price, layovers and length of flight. With some flights taking anywhere from 36-52 hours with two and three layovers I was getting a little disheartened, then I found the ANA Air flight out of Dulles airport in Virginia. The flight only has one layover, in Tokyo, and the price was damn good at $1244.00. Never happy about a layover but my hardship will be quelled by beautiful Japanese women so I can deal with it.

Then, of course, there are all the question…” You’re going back to Thailand again?”…”Why do you go to Thailand so much?” And this is my answer:

Brother in drag...kinda

My brother will be going back with me again and I like spending time with him. And it’s less embarrassing hanging out with him in Thailand because the Thai’s seem to ignore his quirks.

Sharing food

I’ve gotten used to sharing my food with people that smile a lot.

Red ant eggs

Even when it’s food that scares me at first…Ant eggs anyone?

Wat Phra That Phanom

There are thousands more temples to see.

My little friend

I even have my own little tour guide to show me around.

Thai Tractor

I’ve been told there are Thai activities that I must try when we go to farmer…this scares me.

Mama and daughter

And of course my little Thai friend said someone wants to see me,  and her water buffalo aren’t even sick.

Counting the days…

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Comment by BKNo Gravatar
2009-02-11 20:33:47

I can see that you are all excited already about the coming trip back to Thailand and with the smiling faces and great food, I can’t find the reason why you shouldn’t be all excited about it.

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Comment by MikeNo Gravatar
2009-02-11 22:01:02

Talen. All sound reasons to return. Perhaps the time has come TLOS to take up permanent residence?

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Comment by TalenNo Gravatar
2009-02-11 23:20:52

that’s the plan. Depending on how things go by this time next year I’ll be posting about flying back to America for a visit…but I won’t have as many good reasons for it.

Comment by Hoo DonNo Gravatar
2009-02-12 01:28:11

The bottom photo of mother and child is the only reason you need to be flying back. Glad you got the flight that met your requirements and look forward to reading your posts from the LOS.

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Comment by kennhynNo Gravatar
2009-02-12 03:49:48

Wow, u love thailand a lot. What is your favourite beer there?

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Comment by TalenNo Gravatar
2009-02-12 20:08:22

I don’t know about favorite beer…but Vodka/Lippo is always a favorite.

Comment by martin in bulgariaNo Gravatar
2009-02-12 05:10:32

You sound quite ‘home’sick. Perhaps staying at ‘home’ might be a good idea, you don’t want to get sick again do you?

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Comment by TomNo Gravatar
2009-02-14 18:11:15

Not sure how many women you’ll find in the airport, but maybe a tour group (Japanese tourists travel in packs) will share the ride to Thailand with you.

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Comment by TalenNo Gravatar
2009-02-14 19:10:18

If there aren’t Japanese women in a Japanese airport I will be sorely disappointed.

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