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Travel Blogs from Narathiwat
... Kuala Besut or a russian man with a red shirt and a cap. This guy keeps walking buy me looking at my foot and smiling... "are you ok? What happened?" I assured him I was fine "... just waiting for someone".
Another man sits down next to me, offering me a fique. I took it. Sweet as hell. Nice. People are nice. After having enough of attention sitting here, and realizing the guy properly decided he could make it to Thailand on his own I left to find a ...
... piece of paper was apparently insufficient. Fortunately the hotel owner got it done for me locally for a few bucks and in about ten minutes.
Then a certified translation of one page of my papers by an agency in Bangkok, sent by express mail, Malay insurance after that and I should be set.
Nothing much to do in this village!
5:00 am train from kuala lipis to tumpat. It is the extreme north east of Malaysia.don't really know why we decided to choose this stop, most probably simply didn't choose. The last stop of the line was the natural end of this two days started in the first station of the ktm east line. Today more than yesterday we had a vibe of ...
... it is quite predominantly a conservative Muslim area, so wear clothes that cover you at least below the knees, your shoulders and chest; especially the women. After customs keep walking straight until you arrive at a taxi rank. There you can get a taxi for 40 Ringott to the closest large town, Kota Bharu. The drivers are pretty fixed about their prices, so try and find a few people to share with. Once in Kota Bharu get the driver to drop you off at ...