1. […] Half an hour later we were wet from head to toe, with the clothes clinging to us, with camouflaged camera in seven bags, with telephones hidden beneath the tuk-tuk seats and … very close to our hotel. I looked at my husband and exclaimed, “We’re still here, he’s crazy, he’s been playing us the whole time”. We waited for more 10 minutes and observed that where there were young men with water buckets, he was slowing down, they were getting funny and pouring water directly into my head, because the vehicle we were going on had only a roof. We did not understand what was going on. It was becoming pretty clear that he had understood exactly the opposite, that we wanted to walk the streets so that children would have fun. I do not have many pictures with us attacked from all directions, because the technical equipment was well sheltered. The experience was the same as in Thailand. […]

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