Ananda Museum Gallery Hotel
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... It is obviously considered an important place. The road numbers may be inconsistent, signage only written in Thai script but you will always be able to find the police station.
*We stop at a small roadside market to check out the fruit on sale. We are still disappointed by the selection and quality. SG does manage to buy a couple of locally grown pineapples which the lady then expertly cuts up for her to eat fresh. AG hates pineapple. Whilst SG is ...
... the same untouched feel but the park was beautiful, full of lakes covered in lily pads.
We also went to the night market down the road that evening. Lots of interesting food, an absolutely dire band and some very embarrassed looking dogs with dyed hair.
The day after we hid out from the scorching heat and made the most of the fact that our hostel had computers to use. Catching up with this bloody blog!
Next stop, Chiang Mai!
... our new good tradition. First we go to the local market to buy some sweets and fruits to give to monks. This market is very alive and colorful with a big variety of foods. We try a local dish, Bak-kut-teh, a pig dark soup, hot and spicy. Perfect option for breakfast.
We ride tuk tuk that has its own unique design specific to this area. We do some sightseeing around the town and are surprised to ...
... with Heather and I in the background (he did ask for our permission).
The airport must be new because it was really beautiful and clean. There was also a zoo next to it with zebras and giraffe. We took a minibus to our guest house, Sila Resort, checked in and got some info from the staff on what to do that day.
We took a ...
... Trang. Everything went smoothly after this. We got back to Trang and went back to the Rotee cafe for a coffee. Sureen, the owner, came and sat with us again, he gave us a hug goodbye when we left (it was still emotional even though our only communication was through hand signals), and we said we would come and say hello if we were ever in the area again. Whilst we were sat on the train the lady from the guesthouse, who was looking for us, appeared. She apologised for the ...