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... my ATM card worked, as this is the card I would have to use during the next 12 months. I approached the ATM with caution, slipped the card into the slot, typed in the password and waited, with bated breath, which seemed like an eternity, before it requested the amount. I let out a huge sigh of relief when I felt the 10 000 baht cash in my hand, now we were in business.
The next most important thing, even more so than coffee, was to get hooked up to the Internet and get a ...
... the record for the course was 1 minute 20 by a 17 year old from Belgium. But that was the fastest one by far. Jonny and I didn't believe it because the course was so knackering - he must be super fit. After a few goes, we had a go on the big bouncy pillow where you lie at one end, and people jump on the other end which makes you shoot up and into the lake. I had a go, but only 2 people jumping on it - not sure if it's because the 3rd man was busy, or whether I was too light ...
... is what makes travelling so special. Sure, its amazing seeing so many different places, but the best memories that I will keep from this trip are the ones I spent with friends, both old and new.
And so it was swiftly time to leave Malaysia, a country which surpassed my expectations in terms of the variety and amount to see. I headed down to Singapore for a few days where I paid what will hopefully be the most I ever pay for a cocktail. $31.80 for an ...
... played games like musical chairs with us which was hilarious. Our second day in a Koh Phangan was our boat trip. We went out and boated around the island and snorkelled and swam in the sea. The minute we got in the sea it started pouring with rain for a bout ten minutes it was so funny, to then it stopped and the sun came straight back out! We had a lunch at bottle beach, only accessible by boat! And played volleyball on the sand. We came back to the ...
... backpackers come to expect and love this time around. I'll reiterate, the beaches are world class and the definition of what a tropical paradise should look like, but after my third visit to the "Land of Smiles", if I was looking for some great sand and surf, sans the commercialism, then I'll admit I'd look elsewhere first. Outside of accomplishing my diving goals and the incredible experiences I had underwater, the “Wow” factor just wasn't quite the ...