Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Show methe way to go home

It is nearly 5pm on the afternoon of Wednesday 28 November, my last full day in Thailand.
I can’t really say that I have enjoyed the past week or so.  The candida infection at the break of my thighs has been slow to resolve, leaving a sore area which has considerably interfered with sleep, as I tend to turn on my side as I drift off, so bringing the sore areas together and so wake me up.
This has also put paid to my idea to use one of my last days in Phuket to see the sights, tthe Old Town and the Patong clubs.  Can I say that I am very disappointed?  Not really.
I am a little concerned about the travelling tomorrow.  I have a 30 minute taxi ride to the airport, a 2-hour flight to Bangkok, then the 11-hour flight to the UK, a 45 minute coach ride to Woking from Heathrow and then a 2-hour train ride home.  This sounds like a lot of sitting.  Today I managed a 30-minute lunch with one change of cushion, but sitting is still easily painful.  Oh well, at least home is at the end of it all.
Now I just have to hope that I can get all the dilation and other medical paraphernalia into my suitcase.
I’ll keep you posted.
Robin Moira White


WILLIE........! said...

Sounds like a 'War and Peace' journey home.....! :)
All good news though....!
Oh! Sherborne's much the same...I was there last Sat. In the rain...!
Safe journey back....! :>).

Dee Palmer said...

Hi Robin,

Sorry to read of your discomfort.

Put simply, would you like to be met at Heathrow and driven home?

Someone did it for me and it made a world of difference.

Just let me know...