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... picking up these necessities we grabbed some food at the Thai food court. We had papaya salad (still delicious) and learned that the Laos version is even spicier than the Thai version! Thank you kind thai lady for telling us that there is no way we could handle the spice level in the Laos version! We also had a fruit smoothie. Then we sat and chatted because we had so much time to kill. Next up we headed to the northern ...
Will I ever not be chasing my tail with these bloody bogs?
Currently over a month and three countries behind, but let not dwell on such
trivialities and get on with the business of updating you all on our
As far as I can remember last time I set fingers to letters
we had just arrived in Krabi and were awaiting the arrival of Mike, Helens dad.
It took us a while to find a room within our budget but after ...
... Perfectly timed with the mosque calling- it was so peaceful. The following day we rode the scooter around the island to another beach- Long Beach. The beach is so long that even with people on it, it looks desolate. It was gorgeous but the sand was so hot I couldn't walk on it! We had a lovely swim and some lunch right on the beachfront, then headed back for a lazy afternoon of reading on the balcony.
We booked our bus to Hat Yai from Koh Lanta, and got told ...
... cos it was only 3.30pm I had plenty of time before dark to find my way to the guesthouse and we were on some main roads so couldn't be that far!!! Wandered down some roads and mooches about a bit, asked some randoms if they sell phone credit...found a little convenience store selling credit and the woman tried to charge 110 baht when the credit was 100 baht, I said why 110 baht? She said you have to pay 10 more, I was like why?! Never had that before ...
... of the beds had quickly been taken up, I resigned myself to my fate and laid out my sleeping bag along the dry section of the little mattress.
Despite the poor conditions, once we had bedded down we slept surprisingly well, the ocean rocking us gently to sleep, and awaking shortly before dawn as the boat gently butted up against the docks at Surat Thani. We slumped off the boat and shuffled towards the marketplace where the bus station was located. When ...