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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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... an "open to the street" Chinese restaurant that appeared to be a refuge for people in protected employment. A man picked distractedly at an enormous pile of sweet basil leaves and it seemed to be a task of monumental proportions that would only be completed by 2017. Another semi naked man lit ten cigarettes in twenty minutes and counted his money seven times while the cashier acted as if he was on day release from Valkenberg. As we entered our hotel an elephant stood ...
... frogs and geckos, and the occasional scorpion. Insects call out as loud as sirens, and birds attempt to over power their cry. Slugs seep into my hut during the coolest hour in the evening and dry out at my door. White geckos dance along the ceiling of every room, and if your lucky they will poop on your head. There are two bee hives that when you get near them, the buzzing sound reflects that of an electric cable transfering power to a ...
... nice family who surprisingly made really good coffee and allowed us to sit all evening. Their children were there and some other relatives came and were playing guitar. The only other person was Gordon, an American who was teaching English in Hat Yai and a very funny and interesting fellow. It ended up being a really good night, who would have thought. Picked up by tuk tuk in the morning and back into town for yet another minibus to ...
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paradise and strips of high end all-inclusive resorts are bunched up on the
beach fronts. As our budget doesn’t quite stretch to all inclusive luxury we
headed inland and found a bungalow resort that would let us pitch our tent for
the hefty price of £2 a night. Our resort turned out to have an extra novelty,
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... we had bundled ourselves onto a minibus to the Malaysian border. The train across the border was booked for days in advance, and this rather more expensive option was the only one we had. But, as much as we enjoyed complaining to one another about the comfortable seats and air conditioning, it was hard to obscure our enjoyment of a little comfort after two days of rough travel to get this far. The life of the city sharply turned into the lush greenery of the countryside, as we ...