Imperial Narathiwat Hotel
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... to let them now I was still fine out here, whent to a store to buy soap; "Do you have anything without whitener in it? I dont want to be white!" The scarfed staff girl with a really bad skin, with whitener on her face kindly replied; "But Miss... You allready ARE white" And here I tought I got the tan of my life.
Had a couple of beers and got back to the Hostel to go to bed only to find a bat flying like crazy around the room when I turned on the ...
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Took a small ferry across the river, but was told on the Malaysian side that I cannot possibly ride my bike throughout Malaysia. I explained my predicament to the transport official, how I had spent half a year trying to arrange everything and got to the border two weeks ahead of time to make sure I had some leeway, but I was sent back and ...
There we are travelling again with our 'Vitamientje' (nickname of our blue car) through tropical jungles and mountains towards the other coastline at the westside this time. The monsoon rain is following us and offers fresh and cool air (18C) with spectacular views and manmade innovations.
We prepared our visa at the Thai embassy ...
... people. Smiling and having fun is one of the most common habits, smoking is also definitely up ranking. Tons of kids everywhere and among the others, taking the train in a tiny small village with no real station: a perfect emo, and a cover girl with gucci (fake?) bag! From where they take inspiration? Ah, btw the food is ...
From Sungai Kolok train station I walked 1 km to reach the Malaysian border.
One of the easiest border crossings I went through: within 10min I had my exit stamp from Thailand (I arrived on the day my visa was expiring) and a 90-day visa for Malaysia. I crossed the Harmony Bridge and took a bus to Kota Bharu my next destination.