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... Kuala Besut or a russian man with a red shirt and a cap. This guy keeps walking buy me looking at my foot and smiling... "are you ok? What happened?" I assured him I was fine "... just waiting for someone".
Another man sits down next to me, offering me a fique. I took it. Sweet as hell. Nice. People are nice. After having enough of attention sitting here, and realizing the guy properly decided he could make it to Thailand on his own I left to find a ...
... re-enter, otherwise I risk aboding my time for two weeks in a detention camp.
On the Thai side they said they cannot cancel anything, and since I had already stayed in the country for two years, I was no longer allowed to re-enter for a full nine months.
I managed to smooth talked them, in my most humble persona, they found the paper slip usually stapled to one of the pages in my passport (it was ...
... to a mini suite which is fantastic...especially at the very cheap price we paid for a supreme room!
We have just finished a wonderful "all you can eat" 4 course fish and seafood buffet together with 1 diet coke and 1 sprite (Kelanton state is a "dry" state so no alcohol for a couple of days!) all at a cost of 30 times our lunch bill per person.......could this be justified.....Oh Yes!!
Off to Kuala Terengganu tomorrow.
... there perhaps! Lots of money AND lots of time off).
14:26 Wow! I just finished Pillars of The Earth, all 1065 pages (of small text) of it. What a thoroughly bloody brilliant book! I recommend that one that's for sure! On to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo then...
18:05 I've been watching some of the tv episodes of Pillars and they really have gone off on a bit of a wild tangent with the story, I often wonder why writers go off on a new storyline ...
Kota Bharu is said to be the most conservative city in the mainly Muslim Malaysia. When we visited here, it was just in the middle of Ramadan month(Fasting month - Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink between sunrise to sunset). Almost all the restaurants were closed until evening, even restaurants in China town (although a lot of Chinese people are ...