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... too small for the toilet seat which I did laugh about, but it is a bed for the night. We were bad with our diet here we had Mcdonalds and KFC, but we didn't want to risk the other food. There is nothing to see in this place, but we were only there so we could break up the journey. We are still one of the few westerners around too.
The next day we waited around for our train to Kuala Lumpur which was leaving 4pm ...
... wonder. What is his girlfriend doing? Who is she doing? Do they have
a future? Is he fooling himself? Can he accept Thai culture? Can he
accept her style? Can he really accept being a number two or three
or....? Can he share his love with someone else? Does he need to get
rich and come back? Where can he go get rich? Should he cash out his
retirement savings and play the whole chunk on black, or red,... or
green? Why does sleep not come....?
... how exotic!) and we quickly wolfed them down. Thinking nothing of it, I put the empty bag to one side up against the window and continued reading my book. Now the book was annoying. Kate had picked this up (An Unsung Hero, Tom crean - Antarctic Survivor) in Hue (Vietnam) from a hostel knowing I would take to it, and I did. Although I disagree with a lot of the conclusions the writer makes regarding the explorers Scott and Shackleton in their quest ...
... we left Kota Baru. I was quite sad
to say goodbye to this little city as I really felt a cool vibe about
it. I enjoyed the food, accommodation and people. Anyway, we caught a
bus to the border to cross into Thailand. I am disappointed that I
didn't take washing powder and water on the busride as the jerking and
bouncing could have surely washed my clothing in no time. It was the
sort of bouncing that made it difficult to have ...
... we hopped off the bus and shared a cab (if you can call it that) with an English and German guy who asked if we were on our gap year (fantastic!) Thank god we bumped into them, as the ride into Krabi town was a lot longer than we thought, had we not shared the taxi with them, we would probably still be wandering around now, determined to use our legs and save money by searching out the ...