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When we got off the train in Hat Yai we were immediately struck by the brightly lit neon signs, all in Thai, not a hint of English. We knew we were in a part of Thailand that wasn't frequented by gringos.
Hat Yai hadn't been intentional. Our original plan was to travel much farther up the Malay Peninsula to …
... reproduce on its own. With that in mind we have to select plants and locations for plants that will encourage this kind of prosperity. Otherwise, the monoculture of rubber trees which is silent and stark will destroy the diversity of this living place. A tree fell on one of our huts. Ironically, we were cutting down trees to build a new hut so we are going to use the wood to repair the roof and make a new hut. After cutting all the wood ...
... in Thai to us, clearly still annoyed at our bags! Once we where seated with another 5 or 6 locals, we noticed that the seat in front had 3 plasma televisions stacked up and boxes and bags of food! Seems 3 televisions is an appropriate amount of baggage, but a rucksack is not!
After yet another boring 2 hour, and multiple stops for the locals.. AND our grumpy driver stopping everywhere to drop off what we our guessing was a shopping list ...
... out like an ejector seat! Ended up basically sat on top of a Malaysian guy from Kuala Lumpur and we ended up swapping stories and he was a great help when we got to the other end and needed a Tuk Tuk to get to my Hotel. The Tuk Tuk drivers debated where they were going for about 15 minutes, and then we were on our way- To the wrong place. The driver wandered the streets looking, to no avail. I decided to take it upon myself to ask the locals where I needed to ...
... ideal circumstance. On this journey, heading into Thailand proved to be one of the simplest border crossings we had experienced thus far. Everyone exited the bus twice: once to have the Malaysian exit stamp and again when entering Thailand. The entire process took less than half an hour.
In Hat Yai we stayed in a very nice hotel for a little over $20. We would be leaving the next day to head over to Phuket so we didn't have much time to ...