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... took a songethew to Krabi. In Krabi we had lunch and weighed up our onward travel options. They were either go it alone and pay less or join a mini van full of backpackers with colour coordinated stickers again. We decided we couldn't go through the sticker show again so we took another songethew to the Krabi provincial bus station and bought a public bus ticket to take us to Surat Thani to connect with the 9pm overnight train. At the station we stocked up on Oreos and crisps and ...
... I took more pictures today than all the other days! After lunch, we steeply descended, not my favourite thing and it showed in glacial speed, towards Jhinu for the night. Our hotel for/guest room for the night was like Shangrala. We climbed over the kitchen to bask in the sun on the patio. We luxuriated in the early afternoon free time and enjoyed and al fresco lunch. We had a chance to visit the natural hot ...
... me to create a harder shell, always think 2 steps ahead of the potential scammer and click into survival mode, now completely surrendering my handbag to the bottom of my luggage in favour of a bra credit card purse (greatest invention ever purchased)...thinking I would only ever enjoy the countryside towns we swatted our visits with. It's refreshing and has made me appreciate why Australia is better off a blend of Asia than America with ...
... didn't like Bangkok but I'm looking forward to returning in November before heading to Chang Mai, the main place other travellers have told us is a must visit. At one of the temples a local man recommended trying the accommodation near the university for a cheap alternative to Khoa San Road, and seems to think we will easily get a student discount. Thoughts so far: - Packed too much stuff - very difficult to carry - Rice etc is not wanted for breakfast when also had for ...
... it all along the reefs, massive schools of yellow tails moving in rhythm with the fluctuating currents, and tons of seahorses clinging onto plants and coral. I get why so many people come here.
The rest of my stay was checking out the national parks and some islands on the east side of the country. All around Thailand is a beautiful place. I didn't get the chance to visit the north but there is the possibility I will return after my time in Indonesia.