Bp Grand Tower Hotel
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... my Finnish friends! As the sun started to set, the carriage attendant was progressing through the train converting the seats into beds at break neck speed. I had read somewhere that the bottom bunks, whilst costing slightly more, offer more space than the ones overhead, which was all as well given my gangly, 6ft 3in frame! A restful night and we were approaching Bangkok. Before I disembarked, Low had come to find me and offered me a small red book. ...
... 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 ...
... Tao. We were entertained on the way by a cockroach hunt and a story from an australian who had stayed in a haunted room (as he had been cheerfully assured by the owner as he handed over the key).
Overall our most rewarding journey, having travelled mainly without the assistance of tourist transport. Now we're back in package tour land on Koh Tao, though diving again after a 5-year gap will definitely be worth it!
... juice and water. He drinks those down and
decides he had better drink a beer to get rid of the hangover. Chang
export in a can. He pays 20 baht and goes into the shower at the
train station. He takes a long shower, reviving himself. Everything
was intact. He slept somewhere in downtown Bangkok in a black out and
didn't get robbed or raped or even arrested. The shower feels very
good. Hangover receding, unlike the flood waters.