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- Swimming pool
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... on them! We left around midnight as our beds were calling our names. We awoke the next morning without really having a plan for the day. However, what we did realise that our time in South East Asia was running out. There was one option of extending our flights from the 1st March to 10th March at no cost. If we were going to do this, it would give us only one month left, so we decided to have an admin day. After breakfast; the lonely planet book, tablet and ...
... the most settling feeling. The streets were deserted and very dark, except for the bars here and there. There were security guards sitting quietly in the dark, so I felt a bit more reassured. However, when I got out to the cab area that was once completely full... It was empty. Not a car in the street. Great. A local lady was walking beside me and asked what I was looking for. When I told her a taxi, she said me it was much too late. But she was going home and could give me ...
... cabling on the LV distribution system is frankly mad. Bundles of wires are strung everywhere and sometimes touch the ground. God knows how they know what goes to what even with a circuit diagram. I didn't have anything to read, so I went across the road and had a massage. Now before you rude minded people jump to conclusions, it was a therapeutic massage because far from being a sensual experience, the nice Thai lady beat the **** out of me. I did have a bit of ...
... say I was overjoyed when we reached the ferry terminal 4 hours later! I was pleasantly surprised that the ferry actually was a big car ferry, with air conditioned rooms, toilets and a cafe. It made for a very pleasant crossing over to Ko Samui. Ko Samui was the original backpacker island apparently, is quite large with a 100km ring road and is now very commercialized and not at all what I was expecting. We decided to stay at Chaweng beach which is said to be the longest ...
We are sad to leave Baan Manali - it's been a great stay and we are still in one piece.
I shuttled to the Lomprayah ferry port - first with Franki and the bags and then back to Thong Sala to return the motorbike.
Phu held I my passport in a vice-like grip whilst making a microscopic inspection to ensure that everything was in pristine condition. He seemed disappointed that he couldn't levy some sort of claim for damage. 1500 baht for a ...