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This was our longest day. We have knocked off over 500kms and found time to not only drive an excellent timed Test-section, one of the best so far, but also a Regularity test, as well as time out for a long lunch. And the sun shone. Everyone agrees it’s been an ...
... We felt that the superficiality of Phuket or Samui was dropped and we got a glimpse of real Thai people.
Jen and I were a source of amusement (Big Hairy Giant and Yellow Haired, Blue-Eyed Lady) and we received many warm smiles and screams of "Where you from? from toothless old grandmamas. This was met with raucous laughter from the rest of the clan as we walked passed - no answer required. We ...
... the guesthouse touts and taxi drivers. It was bedlam there! We had already agreed that breakfast was the priority then after all the chaos and excitement that surrounds a new boat coming in had calmed down, we would walk the streets and find somewhere to stay at our own pace.
Once again, Asia proves to us why it's the best continent on the planet. We had just finished mopping up our egg when we were approached by a man of senior years let's say. Clive. He had a ...
From Bangkok, we took a sleeper train to Chumphon. Joey may think that sleeping on a train is a great treat, but after 9 1/2 hours & very little sleep & cockroaches we weren't so sure. But at least we had a private 2 person cabin, we were doing better than 3rd class! We arrived in Chumphon at 4.30am, after an hour waiting on the platform, we got a bus to the dock & then a 3 hour ferry to Ko Tao. ...
... by my friend Jack Renner, who pulls that card out when dealing with service staff; it’s a fine technique for negotiating without subscribing to being pushy, which should always be the last resort (so to speak), esp. with Thais who tend to avoid conflict. Our spotless upgraded accommodations featured sliding glass doors with private patio and loungers, three feet from a huge, refreshing pool. It was the perfect retreat from the noise and heat of the ...