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Travel Blogs from Hat Yai
To break up the journey to Malaysia, we stopped off at the southern most Thailand city, Hat Yai. Got off the bus and walked around grumpily trying to find a cheap hotel. We found one, hiked all our backpacks up flights of stairs, only to come across the most hideous room I've ever seen. Like something out of a prison or an asylum. We've stayed in some pretty bad places on this trip to keep our budget down, but neither of us could handle this room. So ...
... beer. These worms were more like yellow grubs, and although they were good, when you chew on the head the innards of the worm flow out like puss. Then the outside starts to feel like you are chewing on rubber and you automatically gag. So it's not all that enjoyable of an experience even if they are one of the most protein filled animals in the world. This psychological dance between your mind, nose, eyes, and tastebud is similar to eating durian. ...
... city after the hill tribes. We stayed at the Neo Hatyai Hotel. It was quite nice! We were about to head out to explore for dinner when it started to monsoon. So instead we settled for the hotel restaurant. This ended up being fantastic because besides having great green curry they had karaoke!!! This table of Asians were rocking out to some slow Asian songs and then Rachel and I sang two songs. We started with Aladdin's ...
... This was not some
horrible place where tigers are sedated and paraded for tourists by monks in a
fašade of conservation as in other parts of Thailand but a fricking big hill
with a small temple on top. In case you were wondering the tiger bit comes from
a cave at the bottom of the hill which a tiger used to use as a den until a
load of monks decided the cave could be put to better use as a shrine. Leave it
to the tigers I say but as ...
... bags in for extra measure in the already over capacity bus. He was literally, the scariest driver ever. It was a good job I was tired and managed to close my eyes as he was trying to overtake everyone unsuccessfully and driving right in the middle of the road- awful. He was rude and everyone knew it. We finally arrived at a bus station and got put on a bus to Hat Yai. We ended up sat at the back of the bus and wow the roads are so uneven here I'm surprised we didn't ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool