Life on the Mekong and Other Rivers

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

12 hours to go

We are packed.

We visited the Sunset Bar for the last time (and got parting gifts from the owner...more Beer Lao glasses) and had a lovely last L'opera lunch (well, dinner actually, but lunch was more alliterative).

We've said goodbye to most people. A few others will see us off at the airport tomorrow.

8:00 am car to the airport. 10:20 am flight to Bangkok.

Pause for Dr. appointments and various other things, such as dinner with Kate and Orestes while spending two nights in Bangkok...

6:40 am flight from Bangkok on Friday arriving late afternoon Friday in Albany.

By the way, what is the cell service that had the ads with Catherine Zeta Jones a few years back. I heard tell that their pre-paid service is pretty good. Anyone have any other suggestions for pre-paid cell service I'd be glad to hear them. 6 months in the US doesn't make for a very affordable cell service contract, and we'll be bringing home fancy tri-band phones from Bangkok.


3 Comments:

At 9:54 PM, Anonymous Shawn said...

Ms. Zeta Jones uses T-Mobile.

 
At 6:23 AM, Anonymous stef said...

Dear Katherine, Phil and Jack,
Thanks for entertaining me with your tales of life on the Mekong.

I'm leaving Laos today after a wonderful two week vacation (wish it could have been longer) and your blog was a wonderful little research tool.

All the best for your life in the States, Kiev and beyond!

Stef

 
At 9:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We've found Virgin Mobile fairly affordable, though I have no idea how they go about getting themselves into your cell phone...

Josh from Florida

 

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