Ali's Ferringhi Guest House
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... The food here is also very delicious, many street foods and food courts that are at street corners that have a bit of everything. Very good food, and have had a lot. Not sure what my favourite could be but definitely a lot of bests. Tomorrow morning we are heading to the east coast of Malaysia to another island but more of a beach island called the Perhentian islands. Should be a good relaxing few ...
... with an albino python a a pair of Macaws. The birds got grumpy with both Ross and Cam for some reason and the snake was not the most popular choice for all the boys (only about half were prepared to put it on their shoulders, and some were dumb enough to kiss it as well after being challenged by one of the parents!).
From here we crossed the 13km bridge and causeway onto the island of ...
... questions on their culture, family life, religion and so on which is great. We got talked into a tour in a rickshaw for about an hour by a old real funny guy who didn't really feel like pushing very hard :-) Anyway, we saw some real interesting places, temples and a beautiful mansion "The Pinang Peranakan Mansion" of a important Chinese family that arrived around 1804. After he had dropped us near the ferry we walked back and found this gorgeous road called Lebuh Chulia of ...
... and were perfect for mopping up the rich tomato based "gravy". I was expecting a choice of curries, but we ended up each getting a chicken leg in curry sauce without any discussion. It seemed to be what everyone else was eating and it was really delicious. My one complaint would be that the roti were a little greasy, but had they been drained off a little, they would have been perfect. Very very good nonetheless. Whilst we were eating, the Malay guy next ...
To leave Kanchanaburi I got a minivan to Bangkok. I was the only
foreigner in the van and felt a bit tense as people were getting dropped
off once I was in Bangkok. The driver knew where I was going, but I
didn't, and I nearly asked to jump out when I recognised my surroundings
near Khao San Road and was the only person still in the van. I
eventually climbed up to the front to make sure he knew I was still
there and to remind him to drop me off. He was on ...