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While waiting for the bus, we’re eating mangga with sugar/salt and sugar/chili sauce. They don’t know bagoong is perfect with mangoes!

On our fifth day, we were supposed to be traveling back to Bangkok to catch our plane going back to Manila. But since we had so much fun, our tito said we should extend our vacation at least one more day and ride a plane from Phuket to Manila, instead of Bangkok to Manila.

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HAHAHA! His name is Sonny Doloroso. Lol

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So off we went to Central Festival Mall (I know another mall again), and we rode a bus going there. Their buses kinda looks like a big jeepney or a bus converted as jeepney with additional seats in the aisle. Forgot to take a picture. Haha!

We strolled around the mall and went inside Roberto’s where I got new shoes. Hihihi. I got them at such a low price, grabehan! I got these wedges and my tito bought these cupcake ones for me.

Then we went to the nearby mall, Big C to buy Thailand printed shirts for the boys we left at home.

TAMA NA YAN, KAINAN NA!

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Thailand never fails to amaze me. You’d think they’re like Philippines in so many ways, but they’re not. When we went to the food court, I wondered why my tito had to fall in line and get a credit-card like ticket. Apparently, you can’t pay cash in the stalls but you have to buy this pre-paid card thingy and just give it to the server and they’ll swipe it and they will never hold any money. Coolness! Anti-kupit, right? Plus, since they don’t touch any amount of money, your food are more likely to be sanitized than the ones we have here. Heh. But their bami in here is not as yummy as the ones sold in the street. Mura na marumi pa! Lol

Then we went home via bus again. The driver didn’t have a konduktor with him so he stopped the bus for a while to collect money from the passengers. I wish they could adopt our “Ma, bayad po, makikiabot po” thing to save some time. Although I don’t think it could be done in buses. Sinong tatayo para mag-abot ng bayad, right?

Oh, well. Their problem, not mine.

MAKING THE BEST OUT OF THE LAST NIGHT

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Even if we were awfully exhausted with our going out every single day, we wouldn’t miss our last night in Thailand to rock out. We went back to Rock City, had Sang Som again and sang out hearts out to some rock and roll.

Then we went to Monsoon again because the twin singers promised they’re going to play “Killing Me Softly” for us. Galing nila!

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Our last stop is the Pizza Company. Yummy pizza! They used cream cheese instead of the usual cheese we have here. I can’t even begin to describe how yummy they are!

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