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... The sea ensured the boats wouldn't synch, so the only opportunity to step from one to the other was the brief instant as they met on their crazy vertical dance. But we made it. Once on the island, we started looking for somewhere to stay. The first place was a resort, and not for us, but they let us leave our rucksacks there while we continued our search. On route we walked through the grounds of the one school on the island. Two classrooms, and I guess an 'admin block'! ...
... it kept showing me the exchange rate and surcharge, and when I accepted them, the transaction would decline. So after the third time of this happening, I declined, and it gave me my money. Weird. But anyway, that triggered the protections on my account, and so it was temporarily locked. All is now good, but the whole calling internationally thing and how much that cost was kind of annoying.
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... too! However, we all knew there was no way we were going to make that ferry. Even if we had not broken down there was only a half hour wait at the ferry port so no way could the driver make up the 3 hours lost time.
As we got going again we received a message from bus HQ that the driver was going to make a stop for everyone to have lunch and the bus company were paying as an apology for the delays.
Wow! a bus company that takes responsibility when things go ...
... was going. The people sitting next to me shared some grapes with me. And i shared some of my peanuts with them. Then you have the views from the train. It's a sure thing i'm back in the south of Thailand again now with huge mountains and palm trees being the standard scenery. In Thailand you never go long before you're in awe at beautiful scenery or are being humbled by the kindness of the people here. It's this kind of experience i like, and you just don't get this kind of thing ...
... on Earth. Despite the unrest in Bangkok—or maybe because of it—the hordes moving forward were record in number, as we would discover when we eventually reached the west coast islands. We were the only farangs (foreigners) to disembark at Chumphon—not exactly a tourist stop but the potential for some great street food and another flash, inexpensive hotel was a magnetic draw for us.
At the station we were met by the usual tribe of taxi drivers, ...