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Jet-lagged

THAILAND | Wednesday, 14 May 2008 | Views [520]

Everything has been an effort today. Jetlagged and really feeling it. Managed to get myself out of bed at a decent time, but have been a bit zombie-like all day. (N.B. Thailand is GMT+7hrs)

Didn't help that I was lugging my rucksack around the city all day. I decided to check out of my cheap hostel and find somewhere more convenient for my plans tomorrow.

The weather has also been a bit crazy today. It keeps vacillating between blue skies + sun and overcast + downpours. Fortunately, even when it rains I do not need to put my waterproofs on because it is still quite hot + humid, so the rain is quite refreshing and dries quickly.

After breakfast, I went to the National Museum to try to absorb some culture. I missed the English tour at 9.30 because I was so tired this morning. And although I am happy that I went, I could not read much of the commentary because I was so tired.

My jet-laggedness (if that is a word) also meant that i was too tired to make the effort to chat to anyone today. There were many opportunities, but I enjoyed my seclusion and withdrew into my sketchbook for the day.

So I'm now checked into Joe's Place Hostel tonight, which is slightly closer to the places I want to visit tmrw. I am quite intent on picking up the pace tmrw. But right now, need sleep (I was falling asleep during my meal!)

Me sitting in the grounds of the National Museum of Thailand

Me sitting in the grounds of the National Museum of Thailand

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