Hatyai Merridian Hotel
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... grounds of another temple, and patrons are required to crouch down to get under the stage, and be very careful when sitting down. Since moving around was slightly more challenging for Dave than Jenna, the ordering was left to the smaller of us, and Jenna was surprised to be presented with a bowl of chicken feet when approaching the vendor. Pointing enthusiastically to the pork balls for which noodles under a stage is famous, and indicating she'd like 10, she was ...
... desert island
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,
a morning display of fighting cock training. As an animal lover I should have
been disgusted but the sight ...
... when some locals went by on a moped/sidecar combo filled with mangos...they got totally robbed on the move.
Dr. Cool- A beach cafe which is....well...cool! In temperature and atmosphere, good fruit smoothies.
The beach- Well there are actually a fair few and they are all sandy if a little scruffy to look at (Thailand's love of the plastic bag seems to be catching up with them!) See is bath water warm!
Crown Bakery- Well naturally I had to hunt out a good source of ...
We arrived Hat Yai bus station @4am. Too early again... This town is pretty close to Malaysia. Some people were lying on some chairs and watching us sneakily. Lots of taxi drivers came and poked us. "where u go?" "Taxi?" "Malaysia? " Continued at least 10min even we said "No" "we don't need you" millions of times. We never get used to it especially in early morning with sleepless exhausted ...
... delivered to our taxi for the journey to Trang where we caught another minivan to Hat Yai. As the last passengers on, we got shoved to the back and then hemmed in by all the luggage piled up in all the remaining space. Things improved though when a couple got off leaving us with the whole of the back seat to stretch out on. It's better not to have too close a view of the ...