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... of me as they were right with the helmet law. Let's see if the game goes on and I'll stop at customs at the latest. In any case, I'm leading 2-1.
Ich bin etwas überrascht als ich in Patong Beach am Abend in der Party-Strasse herum laufe. Mehr Go-Go Bars und Touristen als in Pattaya. Auch spüren wir die Ausgangssperre deutlicher als in Kao Lak. Die Polizei ist aber nicht so strickt wie ...
... looked incredible- busy and filled with tourists. Andy, Claire, Mum and I tipped Joe 1000 baht. We all felt pretty good about it, because we had expected an hour elephant ride, some fruit for lunch and a trip back to the hotel for our money. To be home by 12:30. Joe had practically given us a tour around heaps of Krabi and was totally devoted to ensuring we had a great time. Tomorrow, we're off Scuba Diving and snorkelling at Koh Haa Yai. I'm told that there are whale sharks ...
... back onto the street and among the various other tourists we continued on our walk down this crazy street, only having to stop for shelter from the rain under none other then the police hut. The most amazing bar we had ever seen a jungle like theme with tigers roaring from various levels, the bar was the depth of a football pitch and easily as wide. So intrigued we headed in, the barman pointed us to front row seats infront of one of ...
... a walk into Patong to do some shopping and find a tailor. We went into a tailor (John's Tailor) which was fairly close to the resort and looked like one of the better ones (in terms of presentation and size). Brad did all the negotiating with Mr John and we ended up ordering two suits for Brad, a waistcoat and two shirts. For me, one suit, two pants and a top and we're paying $620 AUD. Not bad for all that, especially as its going to be made to fit us. We were gone for a ...
... traffic, swaths of bare chest tourists (both male and female), massive bars, booming music, endless souvenirs shops all oozing the exact same stuff and wedged between all of this, were countless restaurants. Unfortunately the weather didn’t help either as it was drizzling rain when we stepped off the bus.
Finding our way as quickly as possible to the beach, we passed through the main bar strip which brought back memories of when I was last here in ...
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