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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 ...
... to leave as we arrived. This was our first time in third class, which was actually very spacious and perfectly comfortable. Trays and buckets of weird and wonderful meats, fruits and drinks passed up and down, so we passed an enjoyable seven hours on the way up to our destination.
At Surat Thani, our Lonely Planet had informed us that an orange bus was the budget option from the train station to the night ...
... trains and flights to catch, we were given the option of getting on the boat with the body! We weren't sure if the body was already on board or if we would be picking him up. We set off, but went to the other beach where we went ashore so they could bring the body (wrapped in a white sheet) on board in a stretcher. He was laid down on the back of the boat about 6 feet from me! Anyway, we arrived on the mainland are now in a car heading to Hat ...
... said we would get there by 3pm. Did we heck! It was a long, complicated, exhausting, and infuriating journey. We had travelled for almost 3 days, not washed, brushed our teeth nor had a meal in this time. The third mini bus, after being promised it was only one bus straight to the harbour, dropped us off in a town, I asked why we could not go with the others in our van who were going to the same island we were, confusion ...