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 ...
... It's been incredibly difficult. Sometimes I feel like he is posting directly for me. He tags himself at the bar where we met. His status says that his story is still "unfinished". He posts that his vacation is solo, and he wants to share the experience with everyone. Then when I succumbed the first time and said that I would love to see some selfies, he started posting selfies the next day. I used my energy just to close my ipad and not take notice of them. But ...
... 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 ...
I woke up Christmas morning lacking in all traditional norms. No Christmas music by Mannheim Steamroller or Karen Carpenter. No hot cocoa or cider, stockings, or anticipation of opening gifts. No Christmas tree, decorations or chill in the air that screams its wintertime. But I did roll over to Brooke in my bed and we proclaimed Merry Christmas to one another.
My Christmas wish was sunrise Yoga on the beach. I read about it when researching things ...
... br> And with that came the look of complete bewilderment, "er, no. You need at least 3 days, if you just arrive you will be detained but don't worry you can just bribe them"
This was not part of the plan, and I was not willing to hedge my bets on the off chance that I would be detained by a bent copper. And so I rushed off to find a wifi signal and look for flights elsewhere. I knew Cambodia was visa on arrival, but flights alone were going to cost ...