we also had to pick up some pictures of our trip to the UK for Diana to give to her family, it is easier to get them copied from the Kodak shop than print them at home, well the good news is that we just made it back before the rain,
and did it rain!
after it stopped Phil and Mark called round, for a cup of tea and a chat,
then Phil was off on his German V-Rod, as I have mentioned before it was a bit slow compared to other super bikes, so he fitted a super charger to try to keep up with the others,
then time for an Indian meal, where else than off to the Royal Indian Hut?
only two other customers there tonight,
for a change we had a starter, onion bhajees, I have to admit in the UK to having more than my share of Indian meals on a Friday night, but these were by far the nicest bhajees that I have ever eaten,
delicious especially with the mint dip,
Diana said she was really hungry, so I had to put in my claim first!
Diana cleaned her plate of food,
as I was not driving we decided to have a walk in the street so along to Soi Diamond,
and into the street, tourist numbers have definitely gone down, but then that is always the case at this time of year, the busy season being November through to March when it is coolest,
I just love the neon signs,
no doubts as to what they are selling!
then the walk back,
we called in to see Grieg at the Roxy, he also looks after Hooties, there is an interconnecting door between the two, I am with one of the door staff,
next past the bubble making machine seller,
trouble is I was the only big kid on the street at that time!
then up through Soi Diamond for our motorcycle taxi's home,
it is the narrow Soi that runs along side the hotel, where there are more than a few restaurants if you are feeling a little peckish,
then home for the second DVD from Attenborough in Paradise,
it is not until you look at his achievements that you realise what a remarkable man he is, then for us off to bed.