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... train and finding my seat I quickly got to talk to two other backpackers.
We left right on time but after about only 30 minutes into the journey the train stopped already and we waited for more than an hour to get going again.
The train was more luxurious than I expected it to be. The seats, fully folded down to make a flat bed (two opposite facing seats would fold down and make a bed). I had one with a window and after the steward came along and prepared the beds, I ...
We were both so tired by time we made it on the ferry, and poor Charlie was really suffering from a bad belly, we both have been for days! We were on the lower deck but the chairs were so uncomfortable it was impossible to sleep, so we decided to go onto the top deck, it was hot in the sun but at least you could last down if you wanted, so Charlie got a bit of kip, and myself half hour or so on a ...
... Eventually arrived at Chumphon harbour, much to the relief of most people I think. The staff on board had piled our bags at the front of the boat but had no intention of helping us off with them. Over 200 people trying to find their bags at the same time? Slightly ridiculous and extremely unorganized. The Thai people watched with amusement as a bunch of seasick foreigners clambered over each other to get their bags and get off ...
... down a pier about 500 metres to a port in the middle of nowhere. I was thinking to myself, how are we going to get to the train station from this place… But fortunately we got herded into a double decker bus without much explanation and other people seemed to be heading to the train station also. We cruised through the countryside seeing cute little homes, some new subdivision, beautiful waterfronts and then reached the town Chumphon.
Was dusk when ...
... we could get a good night sleep and still book our tickets in advance for the boat journey to the islands. We didn't really know what to expect from Chumphon as we hadn't planned to spend the day there but simply use it as a rest stop. We wandered around the town stopping in the local shopping mall and having our second batch of western food since being in Thailand by having a pizza. It was the Thai version of Pizza Hut, only the pizza seemed to be better than what we ...