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Travel Blogs from Songkhla
... began with a quick visit to Wat Yangthong, one of many Buddhist temples in Songkhla's old town. With intricate red and gold designs both inside and out, it made for a pretty impressive spectacle, but it was still no more than a detour on our way for brunch at 'noodles under the stage'. This has a reputation amongst locals and foodies in Songkhla, cited in many food blogs including EatingAsia. Run by a Thai lady for many years, the eatery is located under an opera stage ...
... to stare a bit at such an 'unusual' to them couple...all very friendly though just smile and nod :D
Went to the flat after that and rejoiced in some air-con...was pretty stonking when the sun is out. Since then we have just been aclimatising and exploring the local area:
Monkey mountain- two mini mountains with hundreds of monkeys living in them...take them bannanas and nuts and they go a bit crazy and swarm all over you until you feed them (see the pics). Most amusing ...
... to look into peoples eyes, and has
always found the colored contacts to effectively block any transfer
from the soul. Sign is a nice person and she shares her sticky rice
with him. She declines his beer offers. The attendant turns the seats
into sleeping bunks. TJ tries to sleep. The darkened train bunk, the
rocking of the train, the end of an interesting day, the many beers,
do not aid his rest. He accepts insomnia and allows his mind ...
... where we picked them up (the bite can take 9 days to develop) we've had to bag up our clothes in bug proof bags to be washed when we next get the chance.
The following day we set off for the beach. From town we were told to head towards monkey mountain. After our previous experiences with macaques we were just about ready to arm ourselves with sticks to make the journey around the mountain but on arriving realised ...
... backpack-laden passenger also). After
coaxing Alicia onto the moto we zipped carelessly into town. Well,
carelessly for the drivers of our two motos. Certainly care-filled for
So we arrived after a few windy minutes at the Sungai Kolok train
station. To be told there are no trains due to the floods. We were
directed to the bus station, where we asked for a VIP ticket to Bangkok
today. No dice, the VIP ...