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... town with beautiful beaches, an island and inland lake, we decided it was an appealing first stop in Thailand. On arrival, a fellow Brit pointed us in the direction of a number of guesthouses located near the National Museum, we perused a few and finally settled on an en-suite for a haggled for B300. We were reasonably impressed with our first room in Thailand; granted it didn't have a basin (shower was turned on with regularity), it seemed to have a small ...
... eating, I hope!), plants, amulets and clothes at local prices as well as a lively food and wet market area.
Just hanging out people watching and absorbing the community life in this city, is an experience all of it's own. The tourist trail has some nice places to visit including a cable car to the highest point. We found it interesting that so many sights here reminded us a lot of sights we had seen elsewhere on ...
... that I can run? After 6 days of
gingerly stepping down kerbs like a prison inmate who’s had an unpleasant soap
dropping incident with a fellow convict nicknamed ‘Big Tony’ I think I’ve
learnt my lesson and will start any future forays into running with a gentle
jog around the park.
The afternoon was a little more relaxing as we visited some
waterfalls that cascaded down through the rain forest creating ...
We took a mini van from Penang over the border into Thailand and arrived at a small city in the deep south of Thailand called Hat yai. It only took 5 hours and was 30 ringitt, about 5 quid.
We booked an overnight train the following evening to Bangkok and after a day of camping out in a nearby cafe, we boarded around ...
... and we were asked to stay for lunch.
On the Saturday it was celebrated for the whole village and we were asked to help out. When we got there we were greeted by someone from the local government who had something to do with education, we still donīt exactly know what he did, and asked to come to his office for some coffee. It was a bit weird since he did not really speak any English.
The day was good fun. We participated in some games, seen ...