The Regency Hotel Hatyai
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... our ignorance. If they did, it was worth it.
The hotel greeted us with the news that there had been a problem - but the solution was that had upgraded us to a gorgeous suite and breakfast was included. Probably I booked with breakfast included - but I certainly didn't book this top floor huge suite. Too bad we are only here a few hours.
We didn't take many pictures, sadly ... but have some of lunch and the nice hotel ...
... take the arrivals cars when you go through customs and give you the departure card back, we hadn't really thought that we would need the departure card and no one had told us to keep hold of it. Luckily we had but we just had put it somewhere different, it took a while for me to understand what he was asking for and I said at first we'd given them in at the airport when we arrived. Matty then realised they wanted the other half so after a quick look through all our ...
... smells like rotting compost and has the texture of flesh, which combind makes you also gag when eating it. The fruit also is massive usually bugger than your head and covered in spikes that make it to painful to hold in you hand to cut it. Yet, it is the most addictive fruit here. The rule inThailand is that if you don't like durian you have to try it at least 3 times before you can say you don't like it. The farm is really dry right now and the pipe ...
... that Koh Tao had turned into a white-man's zoo and that the reef was badly damaged. So, our new destination became Koh Lanta, on the Andaman Sea. But the logistics of getting there had to be drastically changed. We could have travelled on up the peninsula and gotten off the train fifty or so kilometres from Koh Lanta, but the area is a dead-zone where we'd probably have to hitchhike to the coast.
So Hat Yai it was. Thais have a ...
Finally we got on board the train to bangkok..this time the carriages were Thai and much better designed than the previous ones we'd been on, good size seats and bunks, good windows and plenty of space. We were a bit tired and did nod off a few times. The northern malaysian landscape was more agriculural and we passed paddy field after paddy field. Occasionally we'd come across those magical mountains that look like they're giant termite hills and shoot straight up. ...