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TravelPod Member ReviewsDaiichi Hotel Hat Yai
The location was quite far from the city centre, it looks like an old hotel at first impression but after checking in to my room, i was impress with the cleanliness of the room. I guess they just renovated this place. The only thumbs down was the bathroom, the warm water did not function really well.
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... through Thailand and Laos for a couple of weeks. With pleasantries between us over, I was finding the right time to ask the question; why does a monk need a smart phone, iPad or GoPro? It was, if I recall correctly, somewhere between Low outlining the force of the ‘Karmic Links’ and the ‘Four Noble Truths’ as she gave me the Karl Pilkington guide to Buddhism. Her response was that monks need some form of communication mechanism. ...
... our ignorance. If they did, it was worth it.
The hotel greeted us with the news that there had been a problem - but the solution was that had upgraded us to a gorgeous suite and breakfast was included. Probably I booked with breakfast included - but I certainly didn't book this top floor huge suite. Too bad we are only here a few hours.
We didn't take many pictures, sadly ... but have some of lunch and the nice hotel ...
... take the arrivals cars when you go through customs and give you the departure card back, we hadn't really thought that we would need the departure card and no one had told us to keep hold of it. Luckily we had but we just had put it somewhere different, it took a while for me to understand what he was asking for and I said at first we'd given them in at the airport when we arrived. Matty then realised they wanted the other half so after a quick look through all our ...
... that Koh Tao had turned into a white-man's zoo and that the reef was badly damaged. So, our new destination became Koh Lanta, on the Andaman Sea. But the logistics of getting there had to be drastically changed. We could have travelled on up the peninsula and gotten off the train fifty or so kilometres from Koh Lanta, but the area is a dead-zone where we'd probably have to hitchhike to the coast.
So Hat Yai it was. Thais have a ...
... was non-existent (we missed the big fruit season by a few weeks). We did enjoy a wonderful coconut from Thailand, and were able to find some great deals on sandals and shirts (Ferrari and Ducati shirts for me at a quarter of the Canadian price!). The drive to and from the market was very pleasant, and Shari's brother and I exchanged stories of living in Malaysia versus Canada.
Upon arrival back at Alor Setar, we learned that he ...