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Our luck continues... We left Koh Tao & arrived back on the mainland at Chumphon port. Having heard that the centre of town was quite a drive away Mike had been cunning enough to pre-book a transfer coach to collect us on arrival. After jumping off the coach at the train station we quickly discovered that the bus station we thought we'd been heading for is actually 10 miles out of town! On way ...
... br> reflecting on my time in China. It was a brilliant two weeks and I learnt a lot
about the people and culture, I only wish I hadn’t been part of such a ******
experience there. It’s been a roller coaster of emotions for the past 4 days
and it has taken its toll on me a little, I’m trying to just relax and not get
caught up in stress, trying to remain positive as always.
... timed some of our friends and family. That night we went for a walk into the main town and perused the night market. Walking down one of the streets we came across a Boots, so of course we had to go in. We were out for most of the night and hadn't eaten since breakfast and Dan happened to discover a pizza restaurant so we went in and ordered a take away pizza. We were delighted when they told us it was buy one get one free, so we had two large pizzas and while we ...
... it is back to town for dinner, more delicious seafood, and a look around the markets which are now open for business. But this is a bit disappointing on the shopping front, for instance on a stall with a big sign saying get your memories of Hua Hin here, we find squeaky rubber chickens and a Colonel Gadaffi mask for sale among other similar treasures.
As predicted we sleep very well after a very good if not so lazy day ...
... to talk to, so we had only one more choice. We were already soaking wet, as if we had been swimming with our clothes on. The last place was called Daeng. The driver stopped in front of.a little house and shouted something. The door opened and an old man and an old lady came out. We were very relieved when they said they a free bungalow and that it only cost 300 bahts. We just wanted a roof under which we could dry ourselves. The room was pretty ...