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... and that we could get lunch hawker-buffet style across the way (behind the National Mosque). On arriving an ancient gentleman offered us plates with a square piece of thin plastic film on it, onto which he lumped a portion of rice, then decisions, decisions, a buffet of various toppings, curries, fish portions or deep fried, fritatta, and more. Yum, yum, delicious, and cheap, price depended on how much you loaded onto your plate, $5 for Sheryl and myself combined. The ...
... Malaysia.The journey is fast and trouble free although it takes hours and luggage piled around us, they do things in style here !
At Nat Yai we unload and we are picked up by an old guy in a Mercedes, old but comfortable and we are taken to another part of the city where we are dropped off at an agent and wait for a coach, which arrives at 1800 and off we go to the border.
At the border we say goodbye to Thailand ...
... centre we stumbled across a nail salon which seemed to be impossible to resist, both getting a manicure to top.off our girlie day, fixing our disgusting nails which had been destroyed trekking through the jungle and white water rafting. After getting a real good look at the inside of the Twin Towers we decided to head out to the park and get a good look of the spectacular buildings. Wondering through the park taking in the beautiful sun we stumbled upon an open ...
... built a shopping mall full if expensive shops that you have
to pay to dream about. It didn't stop me from taking a look in the windows of
Tiffany's and Dolce & Gabana. As the weather was not great we decided not
to go up the towers and to wait for a clearer day. It seemed pointless going up
just to see cloud and smog. Just behind the towers we found a small park, the
trees with large roots and cascading vines had ...
... They obviously had no idea they could be seen!
The 3 D ride was hilarious, it was where you sit in a chair with 3 D glasses and a big screen and then the film comes on, we were pilots in a canyon, your chair moves so you have to be strapped in. It was only about 5 minutes but good fun. There are other things to do there so great for a family.
We walked back to the guest house via a nice bar with ' Happy Hour ' on , we had to take advantage ...