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After a long and sleepless train journey (the train was swaying a lot from side to side), we arrived in Chumphon at 4.30 am. We were very tired and restless but still had to wait until 6.00am to be picked up and transferred to the ferry port for our 7am ferry to Koh Tao. At 10am we finally arrived in Koh Tao to a flurry of taxi drivers, hotel …
... bucket came to only £4 and we were absolutely flabbergasted as to how cheap this was for the amount of alcohol we had been given. As the night rolled on we sipped from our bucket and were thoroughly entertained by the local fire dancers who were baton twirling with fire. It was a phenomenal event and one which we will never ever forget. As the night rolled on and the buckets flowed we thought we would head back to the room for a little bit and it was then ...
... where Central Backpackers is our home for a few nights. It's run by an English bloke who has coated it with a London Underground theme. The dorm is cramped and lowly lit 24/7. He blames the poor wifi on the islands poor infrastructure / utilities network. It is a tiny island that is still being developed so far enough. The weather has improved so we head to Sairee Beach for day naps, ocean dips and BBQ'ing our skin. Mae Head village ...
... that we'd somehow taken advantage of you and strung out the trip to Singapore to our advantage. We are saddened that you would think this of us. We did our very best to keep costs down for you. We also paid for 1 night in Singapore and the 2 nights in Krabi on the way back.
We apologise if this is not your thoughts, but this was the impression you gave us when speaking with you about the air of tension when we returned from Singapore.
We had a ...
... sold (which we did very well at). We didn't spend much for the 6 weeks and we walked away with a bit of money.
When we returned to Pucon and secured a job in another hostel, we negotiated hard and got paid a lot more money.
Nora: You found a neat strategy to hack your way into getting a working visa in New Zealand even though you were too old to qualify for a working holiday visa. How did you do it?
Deborah: A ...
Perfect location at the end of Sairee beach, 2 minute walk to beach, 5 minutes to bars a d restaurants. Quiet area. Nice clean and modern rooms. Cheap abs value for money. Highly recommend it!
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