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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... research on where we want to go next. We have realised that we really need to get out to the islands to get the most out of Thailand so thinking of heading to Ko Phi Phi next.
At 6pm we headed back out and ended up at the Beer Garden where we went last night and had some dinner. We shared a green and red thai curry which was amazing. After dinner we decided to go back into Walking Street and find a bar to people watch from. I was feeling a bit braver tonight ...
... kabob, which has become a favorite food lately for me.
Once on the island, I walk down the pier and into the small village. The small street is loaded with souvenir shops and eating places. I heard you could rent a bicycle and ride around the island, but there are no bicycles here. The person that told me had not been here, he had just heard it. There are motobikes to rent, though.
As is usual on this trip when I arrive at a new place, I do not know ...
... to use out here! The journey back on the scooter is fairly interesting as we get a flat tyre...the back tyre, due to the heavy, blonde falang on the back I'm sure, although Tong assures me it's not...So it's basically the metal of the wheel going along the tarmac whilst I'm holding onto the trailer filled with grass, pretty relieved when we make it back without the wheel having caught fire just by my feet
... ice and I was too whimpy to get in too. The sun was setting so we headed out soon after towards the big buddah. We walked down the main street and hailed one of the open truck taxi things. The big buddah ended up being quite a bit up the hill but the taxi ride only cost us $7. The big buddah was all lit up and the sky was quite dark. Ryan's camera took some pretty amazing pictures of it but my camera failed me a bit lol. We wandered about and looked ...
... I was not when I stepped of the plane to sub-tropical humidity, and could see an impoverished shanty town in the distance. Everyone catching the connecting flight was ushered through to have their bags checked and I waited for about four hours in the airport. Fortunatley, there was a KFC so I had some chicken, and the man reluctantly accepted US Dollars, but gave me rupees for change. I then borded the flight to Bangkok, which was a relitavely small ...