Marriott'S Mai Khao Beach
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... people are worse than the guys at the kioks in the middle of the mall. You walk out of the terminal and they bombard you so you feel stressed and buy. All a learning experience. Walk out front next time and look for the meter cabs. I'm kicking myself I'm so mad. I'm a smartet traveller than this. Cody converts the money and tells me we only lost out on $12. Ok, I feel better...I will NOT tip you for this Mr. Cab driver! Instead I will let ...
... muck, but frequently I either got caught in a storyline about people/situations or I hid out on the support boat where I was berthed to give myself some distance from all the woo-hooing.
Some of the other hedonists noticed that I was "different". I wasn't completely alone in my difference. A few others found this a bit much and I would regularly see the same cast of characters on the first transport back after dinner from whatever island we ...
... I've been very happy here.
If you're Thai and you're a POS, the situation is not hopeless. There is a career for you. You can work for a taxi service.
The marina I set sail from is located on the north-end of the island, not far from the airport. I know from Lonely Planet that the only place you can get metered taxis is from the airport. So I figure I'll take the bus from Phuket town (only ...
The flight to Krabi took an hour or so from Bangkok. Then we had an hour long car ride to the pier. After we got to the pier we bought our tickets and had to wait for seven more people. While we were waiting we got into our bathing suits. About twenty minutes later, seven more people came, and we started to wade through the water to the longtail boats. The boat ride took ten minutes, with one stop at Tong ...
... and cheeky charm we managed to blag a ticket for the following morning. it was going to take 12 hours to get to the border and we weren't sure if we would be allowed to cross due to all of the terrorist activity in the area, but anything would be better than Gemas, a town that stunk of fish, and where every man looked at Clare like she was a piece of meat.
The train was amazing, the fans worked a little too well and hanging out of the carriage ...