B.P. Grand Suite Hotel
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... her portion and more food had to be sought and was found in the form of sweet sticky rice. Following dinner, since neither of us felt inclined to call it a night, we wandered in search of a tea shop or bar for a drink. However, the streets were almost deserted, save for the odd street vendor, and after venturing up to the door of a venue with a lit 'bar' sign only to be greeted by scantily clad women declaring 'no massage' we retired to our room. Our final morning ...
... ber classic 6a, Groove Tube.
It seemed like forever since we had been on the bikes and it
took a little while for us to get back into the swing of things. The few
hundred km’s from Krabi to the Thai-Malay border went pretty smoothly despite
me putting my back out and causing and enforced rest day. Only a few months
past into my thirtieth year and already I’m falling to pieces, had better get
to NZ quickly.
... sat opposite and he couldnt look at Abbie without blushing and saying "Swaa-ay" which means beautiful...he even snuck over and gave us some strange rubbery sweets :) cute kid.
The train was, as predicted by Martin a tad late arriving and we were given a lift to his house where we relaxed and nabbed some internets. Went for a wander around where he lives and found some tasty ice creams for 16p....bargains. Slowly started to understand what Martin said about people this far south ...
After checking into a cheap hotel called 'Ladda' near the train station we had dinner in a pretty sleazy seedy pub full of Malaysian men on their hooker run and plenty of Thai ladyboys! After walking around trying to find an Internet cafe to print off a rail ticket for the next day with no luck, I started to ...
... again had no idea we were there and failed to get off at the right stop which would have been right next to where we were meant to be staying. Instead we got dropped at the bus station and managed to get a cheap tuc-tuc to the hotel where we would be staying for a night before heading to the unexpected Malaysia. In moving from Trang to Hat Yai there was at least some things to do for the day. As we arrived about 3pm we were both pretty hungry having ...