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... to change before dinner. With street food aplenty we opted for a roadside eating place, pulled up our plastic chairs, ordered our fresh fruit juices and tucked into a dinner of rice and pork with bamboo shoot broth, At least Dave did. Unfortunately, despite nodding at the 'not spicy please' request from Jenna, this had either been misunderstood or not passed on to the chef, and the food was contaminated with red hot chillies. Despite her best efforts, Jenna failed ...
... trying to sell tat to gullible newbies straight off the
plane. After a couple of days in Bangkok we were back on a bus for the long
tiring journey back to Krabi. With another couple of weeks to kill it was back
to the climbing and our mosquito infested camp site. Helen improved greatly as
the days progressed and I managed haul my cyclist’s legs up some pretty
interesting routs culminating with a night time head torch lit accent of ...
... slush drinks with a choice of toppings: very refreshing and only 50p :D
To get to Songkhla we got the night train down from Bangkok to Hat Yai, it only cost 18pounds each for 2nd class which gets you a big seat and table which folds into a pretty good bed at night. There was even air con and the carraige was immaculately clean...a guy mopped the floor atleast 3 times while we were on. (Lol just don't go into the wrong toilet...as its just a hole onto the tracks :D) A cute kid and ...
... the mini van. I'm glad we still had some oxygen to inhale for everyone. We had very interesting conversations with South African couple. They are both white. I got culture shock from their stories about crime, animals, etc. and asked them if they had thought about leaving country. They said "no". There are lots of crimes but they love their own country. The boy said "It's a very cool ...
... the fact the driver didn't seem to want to tell us where we were we just stayed on and eventually got dropped at Trang bus station. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as quick thinking by Rachael got us on a bus to Hat Yai, where we would at least be a bit closer to Malaysia and meant less travelling the next day. What also came about was a saving of 200 baht which we were quoted in Koh Lanta for the journey.
Once we got to Hat ...