Indulgence Living (and Restaurant)
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... to another terminal by mini-bus but I had to wait for this one. After a while waiting a mini-bus turned up and other people were getting on but no one seemed to pay attention to me so I continued to sit with another couple of people waiting. After a while longer another mini-bus turned up and the big, sweaty man came out and started shouting orders around in Malay, obviously I cannot understand Malay so I wasn't sure if this was my bus. He then looked over at me and made a gesture which ...
... think instead first class must mean very strong air conditioning because
everyone in the carriage was wearing jackets, jumpers and as many layers as
they had with them. When we went through to other carriages and the restaurant
carriage we found the temperature there much more comfortable and the carriage
windows weren’t steamed up with condensation so when the ticket conductor came
around we asked for the temperature to get warmer and ...
... for a long, but awesome day. Once back at the hotel we cleaned the mud off of ourselves and snacked on some of the veggies we picked up at the bee/veggie farm. After resting for a bit in the room we grabbed some dinner at the hotel restaurant and ended the night with a movie.
Thursday was another jungle hiking day. We got up later than we planned and grabbed a quick breakfast. We headed a couple kilometres into Tanah Rata to ...
It was the 25th of April and my 15-day visa-free period was about to expire. It was essential to leave the country before midnight. Surprisingly our minibus arrived on time (7.30), we hopped on and started heading to Hat Yai which is a small town in the south of Thailand (we already passed through this town on the way to Ko Phangan). We paid BHT 500 per person and the journey took approx. 6 hours (from 7.30 to 13.30). We met a very friendly girl from Sweden who was going ...
... kaya naman tumambay muna kami sa Starbucks, kung saan merong wi-fi. After ng pagkakape at konting kulitan, tumungo na kami sa bus terminal.
Dahil sa heavy traffic na nararanasan sa Cameron ng mga panahong iyon, nalate ang bus namin ng pagdating sa aming terminal, 5pm na ng makasakay kami pa puntang Ipoh, at medyo naipit pa kami sa traffic pababa ng Cameron. Matagal ang inabot ...