After a nice sleep we woke to the alarm in time to head down to our included breaky. We needed to head out to get a memory card & book a bus for tomorrow to get up to Chiang Khong. We got our things together but couldn't find our camera anywhere. We pulled our bags apart & searched every part of the room. We were starting to get stressed. The camera is replaceable but we could never get back the photos from our last 2 months of travel. We were just about to head to the front desk & chase up the tourist police, when we found it caught underneath one of the backpacks. The relief was immense. With that crises averted we headed out & had a chat to the lady at the tour desk in the hotel. We were able to book a mini bus for not much more than the government buses so were sorted there. It is always a relief when you can get on the next mode of transport as you had planned many months ago. With the bus sorted we caught a taxi to the shopping mall near the airport & managed to get a memory card at a decent price. We wandered around looking at shops for a while before returning to the hotel. Jac has been feeling pretty unwell & tired lately so we decided to spend the afternoon back in our room so she could sleep & recover. Probably best to do it here because we have a lot of jungle travel to smaller villages over the next few days. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing & watching movies in the room before heading out in the evening. There's a clothes store next to the hotel so Jac was able to grab a couple of dresses to get her through the next 3 weeks for a few dollars. Whilst we were in the store the heavens opened with rain that was to set in for the rest of the night. This was accompanied by an amazing lightning show that was lighting up the sky. Funnily enough over here you don't get the thunder that normally accompanies lightning. We took shelter at the hotel for a little bit until the rain eased off somewhat. We then headed to a Chinese buffet close by. This restaurant had all the seafood, pork, chicken, steak & veges that you could need. When you sit down they drop a bucket full of hot coals in the middle of the table then place a pan over the top. It was then up to us to cook as much as we wanted. We cooked up a storm trying everything although we made a fair mess. There is just too much going on with eating & trying to cook at the same time. We looked around at the tables with Asians & they did it so well. All neat & tidy with their concoctions looking pretty tasty. The westerners tables were a mess like ours. It was a lot of fun but we think we prefer to order off a menu & have it delivered to our table as it should be cooked. We got the most of our money though & paid our bill leaving them to clean up our gluggy mess. The rain was still falling so we returned to the hotel to pack & be prepared for our trip north tomorrow. Our final day in Thailand.