Hansa JB Hotel
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... seeing. For dinner that night we tried out a street vendor and it proved to be delicious (and very inexpensive!). We walked around the streets but didn’t buy anything. It was then back to the hotel for the next day’s voyage.
Waking up later than expected and rushing to check out, we caught our first tuk tuk outside the hotel. These are not the commonly reffered to tuk tuks that one might picture as a carriage behind a bicycle. ...
This blog is mainly going to be about traveling, but it was a little entertaining as traveling in Asia usually is.
First mini bus was fine 2 and half hours to Trang a little squashed with everyone's rucksacks but not too bad. When we arrive in Trang it is clearly not a tourist place so we do get stared at because we are westerners, but we are taken to the bus station to get our bus to Hat Yai. At the bus station ...
... to speak Thai, turned to us and said "you need to tell him that it is illegal for him to be here..." etc etc. Yes corz we can mate, I'm sure we look like we can speak fluent Thai! "hello, thank you and goodbye", is where our limits lie none of which was any use in this situation. We explained to the officials that it was his first time and he didn't know what he was doing. They were really nice in the end and let him do a u-ey back into Thailand. We got our little tuc-tuc driver ...
... br> listening to a girl cry and scream and throw things in the room next
door. He drinks a few more beers, drains a few from his body and
heads back to the train station, where he expects to hop on a train.
The train attendant looks at his ticket and ushers him to a bus stop.
What is this all about? After 30 minutes and a couple more beers, TJ
is guided onto a bus. He tries to sleep but he can't help looking out
the window at the ...
... when there's two of you. If Adam was still here, we could have taken the nice clean place and paid the same amount each that I'm paying here for a s**t hole. Oh well.
I've spent the last hour wandering around town. There is NOTHING here. A couple of shopping malls and a few food stands. The thing is, that would have been enough for me before, Adam and I could have wandered around all day just browsing. But when you're alone, all that's so boring. So now I'm back at ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center