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Dannok - Songkhla - Hat Yai
1. Spend time in PSU (Aj Chang, Lena, Seven, Prince, Yoi and others)
... Fortunately there is a free tourist tram service around the main sights. It doesn't actually stop along it's route and does lack detailed info, but is a good way to figure what to spend your time doing. Most places are easy enough to get to by foot or tuk tuk (20 baht per journey).
After our time in Nakhon Si Thammarat where there are very few tourists, it's odd to suddenly find yourself surrounded by Malaysian and ...
... my bus to Penang for tomorrow morning, Hat Yai was literally just a pit stop to break up the journey really... Saw an odeon and thought yeah I fancy a film, turned out to be a shopping mall so I had a look round and the air con was amaze but didn't stay in there for long, then went in the little cake shop place. They did Thai food too so got myself a berry fruit shake and some noodles and chicken, was really good actually and used the wi-fi a bit ...
... the local school in the morning. We agreed to go and after that first day we went to the school every morning to teach the children a bit of English. The kids are only 5 or 6 years old so the things we taught them were the alphabet, numbers 1 to 10 and a couple of colours. Usually we would spent about 1 to 1,5 hours at school.
We originally signed up to do a construction project. The plan was to build a chicken run but as most of the first ...
... after that it’s a bit samey samey. Ram and Deng are so funny!!.
I also went with Rama and Deng to a funeral which is defiantly not like ours. The funeral lastesr for seven days a coffin mounted with flowers and colours is open for anyone to go and prey besides, a monk visit’s the coffin 3 times a day for seven days. The family host a dinner for all the people in the local village and anyone who knows or anyone who is related ...