Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Coup! and Measles!

Yeah! As you have known about situation in Thailand since the night of 19th September... and I had been so busy since then.
I don't know what to tell about the coup... This is my first experince, as the one 15 years ago, I was still in highschool in the south, I watched the situation in television and couldn't do anything. But this time... I got some information before it actually happened... and it was like chaos!
Now I'm on my sick leave... staying home, resting. There was another thing happened on the same day as the coup...it's the measles! I didn't know I've got it until today!! I went to hospital this morning (it's the only day that I'm not too busy at work and finally having some free time to go see my doctor as I missed one appointment for my knee last week). First doctor I met today was my Orthopedic doctor, after examined my knee, he said "This is not good, you need an injection." I was thinking [NO!! Hell NO!!! No injection!!] he coninued "It's been more than 2 weeks and taking more medicine won't help, today I will give you an injection and will see if you feel better, next week you don't have to come to see me, it's wasting your taxi fee."
Then he started writing something on my filesheet and told his nurse to prepare for injection and then said to me "Get on the bed"..... "Knee".... "Don't look!" (Well... he didn't have to say that, I had no plan to look at it anyway!)

You know what? It was hurt!!! So much!!! Having injection into my knee.... oh.... what an experience!!

After that.... I had appointment to see my Dermathology doctor... I have had this annoying rash since the day after the coup and I thought I got allergic to something and today I will find out. When I met my doctor, showing him the rash and he did some more exam on my throat area..he told me "You have a kind of measles" I thought [MEASLES!!! What??] he said "It's not a serious disease, and it will go away after 10 days, no need to worry. It's just a kind of virus. And you need to get some rest, this will heal your measles."

Well... at least now I know what happened to me... and as the doctor said it's not serious, no need to worry... so I called in for sick leave and rested at home. I woke up one hour before... it was good sleep. I hope I get well soon.

Thank you everyone for visiting here...and supporting me. I love you all...
Oh! the pictures of the coup will be posted when I go to work tomorrow.... wait ok?

*edited* All pictures're takend by BBsan... Thank you!!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Cheesy Town

Day two in Netherlands, I woke up since 5 am. as the sun was already up and I was up with the sun! Getting myself ready for the short trip to Alkmaar for the big day! It's my friend, Yvonne's wedding day!!! and you all know I was a maid of honour for this..
Leaving hostel around 7.30 pm (I guess I took too much time preparing!), walked to Centraal train station and caught the Intercity train to Alkmaar for 6,30 euros (one way) and the train departed for Alkmaar at 8.19 am., the ceremony will not happen until 4 pm. Why do I have to go there so early? No.. not because I was maid of honour..no.. It's something else! It's the CHEESE!!!

Every Friday during summer time in Alkmaar, there will be the famous cheese market! It's all happening in one square (I don't remember the name) and the fun part starts at 10.00 am. every Friday. Many tourists come to see this market... hmm.. for myself, it's not really fun!!! But it's interesting. You can buy the cheese from them too... but as I will have another 2 weeks to go, carrying some cheese around would not be a good idea!

I met a Thai woman who lives here with her husband, she is a friend of Yvonne and she was so kind to wake up so early to come to Alkmaar to be my guide! (she lives 30 minutes away by train), P Pannee waited for me at Alkmaar station and showed me around the town, it was her first time to see Cheese market too... so we both enjoyed it that morning. We had famous Dutch fries for brunch.. as we were so hungry, we ordered medium size and ended up throwing half of it away! It was really good... hot fries in cool weather as it was a little cold that day in Alkmaar, no sunshine, a little cloudy and windy! brrrr... for me!

P Pannee walked me to Yvonne's house where I was supposed to help her in anything she needed. I was helping a little bit... and then when it's time, we all moved to the old City Hall where the wedding ceremony took place. I wasn't doing my maid of honour duty very well as I was doing a photographer's job at the same time but I am glad, Yvonne and Mario loved all my photos from the wedding! Yay!

After wedding, it's time for dinner!!! It was sooooo good!! I think it's the best meal I had in Europe during this trip! It's French... 4 courses... ahh... people at my table are really cool! International! One from Singapore, one from Brazil, one from Indonesia, me from Thailand and another 2 Dutch guys! Good food and non-stop conversation... I really had good time. Thank you so much Yvonne!

With food and wine...and more wine... more chatting... It's time to go back. I was lucky, I didn't have to take the train back to Amsterdam. There was a couple drove me back to my hostel as they live in Amsterdam too and not too far from my hostel!!! That night I came back to my hostel at 1 am. What a long happy day!!! (and I only spent 6,30 euro for the whole day!!!)

Monday, September 11, 2006

Chinese in Amsterdam...

I know it's been more than 2 months when I was in Amsterdam but I haven't had a chance to tell you about my trip... well, you saw some photos but not heard stories from me right?
Now it's time for me to sit back and start telling you what I really did there and what I experienced when I did backpacking alone around Amsterdam and Italy.. for 2 weeks!
Today I will start with Amsterdam...

*Schiphol Airport*
6th July 2006... my direct flight from Bangkok arrived on time at Schiphol Airport...with a little problem during my flight, I had a little fight with a crazy Chinese tour-guide woman about the seats as I was supposed to have all 4 seats for myself before she came in and told me to move away my feet as I was laying down sleeping!!! It's not her seat!!! She let her client had 4 seats while she came and took 2 out of 4 from me!!! Bitch!!! She was trying to sit on my feet as I didn't move my feet for her!!!
Anyways...after that flight, the immigration process was quick and no problem for me at all... I took the train to Amsterdam Centraal Station (4.10 euro, it's 3,60 but as I didn't have coin for Ticket vending machine, I gotta buy from staff booth and they charge 0,50 euro for service! *Damn!* ... and then I took the Tram to my hostel. (I got the 15 strips for 6,70 euro and I didn't know how to validate it first time I used it, so I didn't spend any strip on my first trip to Hostel! Sorry! The staff at Hostel told me later how to do it.)

*Entrance to my hostel*
I arrived my hostel too early, as I was supposed to check in after 2 pm. and I was there around 10.00 am., so I gotta deposit my big bag in a locker that cost me 1 euros for 4 hours. Off...I'm free from huge and heavy bag, me and my small bag ready to explore Amsterdam.

When I was there, the weather was so nice..around 20C, I walked, walked and walked...first I planned to walk around hostel area, not to go too far as I was afraid I can't find the way back before 2 pm! but I ended up walking all around Amsterdam town..well... I lost! but in that case I found many interesting things and places. I walked through tourists spots and non-tourist spots... and I also found the way back to my hostel around 1 pm! Good job! From now on, you can ask me about the street in Amsterdam... I know many of them! yes many! I've been there...done (walked) that! Yah!
I had a cold sandwich for lunch... it was ok.. but I had no choice, I was hungry and there was a sandwich shop in front of me. I walked back to my hostel and sat down writing postcards to friends and myself. After checking in and putting all my stuffs in my dorm room, I shared the room with other 15 girls, but I think the room was not full... I saw some blank beds.

*Upper view from my bench*
Again... Exploring Amsterdam on second round... this time I bought a map for 2,50 euros. I hope I will not get lost again! and I didn't!! Whoopi!! Walk, walk, walk... and walk... Oh... I did take the Tram to Vondel Park as I was too tired...my feet and my legs were tired. Spending some times in the park reading my Lonely Planet book about Amsterdam, planning for next days then I took the Tram back to Centraal Station..
It's time for dinner! I didn't prepare to have western food and I didn't want to have Thai food in Amsterdam! Thank God! I found a Chinese restaurant!!! Walked inside, smelled familiar food... Making quick decision! This is it! My first dinner in Amsterdam, I will have Chinese!

Really good taste... yummy grilled pork + steamed rice and iced tea... for 11,50 euros at Nam Kee restaurant... Really stuffed and happy! (They gave me too much change, so I went back to the restaurant and returned the extra euro to them)
With full energy again, I was ready to explore Red Light District! I walked pass it during daytime (when I got lost trying to find the way back to my hostel), there was nothing to see and I didn't realize it's Red Light Distract! But with my map, I found out that my hostel is not too far from this famous area and I could walk pass it and reach my hostel easily!
I was fun! I don't know I should feel fun seeing women wearing sexy outfit in the small glass room, waiting for customers. But many of them were friendly... they even smiled to me, even they know I'm not their customer (obviously)!
I didn't spend much time there... as I was so tired from walking around Amsterdam and the next day I had to get up early to catch the train to Alkmaar for my friend's wedding. I decided to go back to sleep.... but the problem is.... I couldn't sleep!!! There was light in Amsterdam until 11 pm!!! I am not used to that!! I can't sleep when it's not dark... Poor Jane... falling asleep around 11.30 pm. and had to wake up at 5 am as the sun was up again!! Argh!! At least I was not late for the train, actually... I was too early!!

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Global Warming

Jeremy and I went to see a movie, An Inconvenient Truth last Thursday...it's about global warming.. we're facing weather crisis...all over the world. It's a little scary for me, seeing some pictures from this documentary, starring Al Gore as himself...
I myself noticed that the weather has been changed in the past few years, here in Thailand.. it's hotter than usual and sometimes it's raining too much... I think this documentary tells the truth but I think they made it a little more..to scare people, so we can act and help to solve this global problem.
People.. we made this happen, do you think it's time for us to do something for our planet?
Yes! Wear less clothes.. the world is getting hot!!!

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Birthday Calculator

25 April 1978

Your date of conception was on or about 2 August 1977 which was a Tuesday.

You were born on a Tuesday
under the astrological sign Taurus.
Your Life path number is 9.

Life Path Compatibility:
You are most compatible with those with the Life Path numbers 3, 6 & 9.
You should get along well with those with the Life Path numbers 1 & 5.
You may or may not get along well with those with the Life Path numbers 2, 7 & 11.
You are least compatible with those with the Life Path numbers 4, 8 & 22.

The Julian calendar date of your birth is 2443623.5.
The golden number for 1978 is 3.
The epact number for 1978 is 21.
The year 1978 was not a leap year.

Your birthday falls into the Chinese year beginning 2/7/1978 and ending 1/27/1979.
You were born in the Chinese year of the Horse.

Your Native American Zodiac sign is Beaver; your plant is Wild Clover.

You were born in the Egyptian month of Epipy, the third month of the season of Shomu (Harvest).

Your date of birth on the Hebrew calendar is 18 Nisan 5738.

The date of Easter on your birth year was Sunday, 26 March 1978.
The date of Orthodox Easter on your birth year was Sunday, 30 April 1978.
The date of Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent) on your birth year was Wednesday 8 February 1978.
The date of Whitsun (Pentecost Sunday) in the year of your birth was Sunday 14 May 1978.
The date of Whisuntide in the year of your birth was Sunday 21 May 1978.
The date of Rosh Hashanah in the year of your birth was Monday, 2 October 1978.
The date of Passover in the year of your birth was Saturday, 22 April 1978.
The date of Mardi Gras on your birth year was Tuesday 7 February 1978.

As of 9/7/2006 4:00:42 AM EDT
You are 28 years old.
You are 341 months old.
You are 1,480 weeks old.
You are 10,362 days old.
You are 248,692 hours old.
You are 14,921,520 minutes old.
You are 895,291,242 seconds old.

Celebrities who share your birthday:
Jacob Underwood (1980) Jason Lee (1970) Renee Zellweger (1969)
Hank Azaria (1964) Talia Shire (1946) Stu Cook (1945)
Bj”rn Ulvaeus (1945) Al Pacino (1940) Meadowlark Lemon (1932)
Paul Mazursky (1930) Ella Fitzgerald (1918) Edward R. Murrow (1908)

Top songs of 1978
Night Fever by Bee Gees
Shadow Dancing by Andy Gibb
Le Freak by Chic
Stayin' Alive by Bee Gees
Kiss You All Over by Exile
Boogie Oogie Oogie by A Taste of Honey
Baby Come Back by Player
MacArthur Park by Donna Summer
Thicker Than Water by Andy Gibb
Three Times a Lady by Commodores

Your age is the equivalent of a dog that is 4.05557729941292 years old. (You're still chasing cats!)

There are 230 days till your next birthday
on which your cake will have 29 candles.

Those 29 candles produce 29 BTUs,
or 7,308 calories of heat (that's only 7.3080 food Calories!) .
You can boil 3.31 US ounces of water with that many candles.

In 1978 there were approximately 3.1 million births in the US.
In 1978 the US population was approximately 203,302,031 people, 57.4 persons per square mile.
In 1978 in the US there were approximately 2,152,662 marriages (10.1%) and 1,036,000 divorces (4.9%)
In 1978 in the US there were approximately 1,921,000 deaths (9.5 per 1000)
In the US a new person is born approximately every 8 seconds.
In the US one person dies approximately every 12 seconds.

In 1978 the population of Australia was approximately 14,430,830.
In 1978 there were approximately 224,181 births in Australia.
In 1978 in Australia there were approximately 102,958 marriages and 40,608 divorces.
In 1978 in Australia there were approximately 108,425 deaths.

Your birthstone is Diamond

The Mystical properties of Diamond

Diamonds are said to increase personal clarity to help one see things clearly as well as be straight-forward and honest. Supposedly, the higher quality the diamond, the better it is supports these qualities.

Some lists consider these stones to be your birthstone. (Birthstone lists come from Jewelers, Tibet, Ayurvedic Indian medicine, and other sources)

Opal, Quartz, White Sapphire

Your birth tree is

Walnut Tree, the Passion

Unrelenting, strange and full of contrasts, often egoistic, aggressive, noble, broad horizon, unexpected reactions, spontaneous, unlimited ambition, no flexibility, difficult and uncommon partner, not always liked but often admired, ingenious strategist, very jealous and passionate, no compromises.

The moon's phase on the day you were
born was waning gibbous.

You can calculate your birthday too! just go to this cool website!


Sunday, September 03, 2006


New game!

Copy all these name & movies to your own blog and take the name of a movie and replace one of the words with Orgasm for yourself. Put it at the bottom line. Don't forget to put your name on it.
Here we go!

Jaime: Beyond Orgasm
Derek - The Neverending Orgasm
Jimbo - A Orgasm to Remember
Eric- Willy Wonka and the chocolate orgasm
kaylie- Feild of Orgasm
Chady - White Men Can't Orgasm! (hehehe we play this game alot at b-dubs) ... i also like The Orgasm of Emily Rose ^^
Nikki O~~orgasms of the caribbean!
Brandon--How to Lose a Guy in Ten Orgasms
Sara - The sweetest Orgasm
Beth- My big fat greek orgasm
Chrissy-Big Momma's Oragasm
Ryan- Scary Orgasm 4
Meghan~ House of 1,000 Orgasms
Katie~ Confessions of an Orgasm Queen
MaLs~ Legally [Orgasm]ic! <~~That work? Cause I so Am!!
Maria ~ The Perfect Orgasm
Kirsten~ Lord of the orgasm
Liz--Orgasm Monster
Eric - You've Got Orgasm
Ross - The Lion, The Witch, and The Orgasm
Chris H.- I give..... Titanic orgasm's ;)
Lisa- 101 orgasms
Riley- Puff the magic Orgasm !
Molly - Orgasms on a plane
Chad- Orgasm Woman (Catwoman)
Aaron - Orgasm Down Below (Fire)
Tarren- Orgasm Rabbit (crusader)
Zack- Orgasm Hill (Silent)
Cesley- The Orgasm Club
Jeri Anne-Coach Orgasm(Carter)
Erin- The 40 year old orgasm!
Cherrish-Jay and Silent Orgasm Strike Back
Ross - O Orgasm, Where Art Thou?
Jason - Dr. StrangeOrgasm
Joe - Indiana Jones and the Orgasm of Doom (Temple)
Matt - V for Orgasm
Kelsey - Nine Orgasms
Scooter - I Sill Know What You Did Last OrgaSM
Brad - Orgasm Fest!
Ciara- Dave Barrys Complete Guide To Orgasms
Geno- Orgasm Powers
Jane- 50 First Orgasms

Friday, September 01, 2006

Beezee Hug Hug Club

Ahh... here comes another month of Hug Hug Club! Last month was a real busy month for me... I didn't post much... (I promised that I will post more than July but seemed like I couldn't make it!!) I should post more this month...
Well...here is the result! Let's see... who is not too busy to visit my blog!!

Golden Bee: Adrianzz (38 buzz)
Silver Bee: Jeremyzz (36 buzz)

Bronze Bee: mayzz (29 buzz)

*Last month, these bees also got highest scores, nobody can beat these 3 chuppers huh? Hey!! I dare you!! Come here and beat them... I know you can chup faster!!! Come!!! Now!!!*

Here are slower bees:
Selba (19 buzz)
Simple American (12 buzz)

mistipurple (10 buzz)

neko (9 buzz)

py (6 buzz)
L B (4 buzz)

Mike (3 buzz)

J (1 buzz)
JY (1 buzz)
Lennard (1 buzz)