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 ...
... the grey UK skies we were storing our bikes with a friendly guest
house so we could have a few weeks of climbing on Tonsai and Railey. This climbing
area is on a peninsular cut off from the rest of the main land by impenetrable
forest clad mountains, the beautiful sandy beaches and climbing areas can only
be accessed by jumping on long tail boat further along the coast. Unfortunately
the pressures of tourism mean that the area is no ...
... 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 ...
... very cosy beds!
The bar was playing a DVD of live performances from all my favourite divas, Whitney and Britney included! There was even karaoke! Yeah ok I didn't sleep very well but it was way more fun than the bus and we will now try and take more trains throughout Thailand.
17 hours later, we were in ...
... to play Thai Poker and taught them another game. Of course there would always be food involved because the Thai do like their food. We had some interesting dishes and most of the fruits were really amazing and all tasted wonderful.
We have had an amazing two weeks and would recommend it to anyone. If we would have some more time we might have stayed a while longer but we need to go to Bangkok to arrange our visa for Myanmar.