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... bike for the day in order to do the trip. I did a lot of walking in Songkhla. The first day here, i walked through town to Samila beach which is home to the Golden Mermaid statue as well as the statues of the cat and rat. Cat and Rat islands can also be seen offshore. I have added text to the photographs explaining the significance of these statues and their islands namesake. On from Samila beach, i walked the length of Laem Son On Cape. Along the way is the Songkhla Aquarium. I ...
... that we headed back inside and waited until it got light. I was surprised when Matty agreed, he obviously felt a little unnerved by a new county in darkness as well. Next stop was food we didn't have any money but Matty had his bank card so we found a McDonald's and piled the bags in to a corner. Matty went up to order only to find that they don't accept card. So he left me in McDonald's whisk he went out to find a cash machine. 10 minutes later back he came ...
The only reason I visit this city is to change buses. This time, I visit the city just to take a bus to KL, but suprisingly the city was completely different from the one I had remembered. When I visited the city in 2005, it was a middle-sized city, but it has amazingly developed to a large city. Or didn't I see the developed part of the city when I visit last ...
... that I can run? After 6 days of
gingerly stepping down kerbs like a prison inmate who’s had an unpleasant soap
dropping incident with a fellow convict nicknamed ‘Big Tony’ I think I’ve
learnt my lesson and will start any future forays into running with a gentle
jog around the park.
The afternoon was a little more relaxing as we visited some
waterfalls that cascaded down through the rain forest creating ...
We took a mini van from Penang over the border into Thailand and arrived at a small city in the deep south of Thailand called Hat yai. It only took 5 hours and was 30 ringitt, about 5 quid.
We booked an overnight train the following evening to Bangkok and after a day of camping out in a nearby cafe, we boarded around ...