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I have almost been on the farm for a week now, and am starting to get into the flow of simplistic life. Before I explain what that simplicity is here, I will describe my surroundings. We live on a hill side with pathways only created to water plants and to get to the school. The property is in a medium sized space of land, in a valley, that is sorrounded by rubber plantations. Our home is a vibrating jungle that is full of papaya and banana ...
Travelled from Georgetown to Hat Yai by minibus, a 7 hour non event tip. Hat Yai is a point of connection for travellers who wish to access other parts of Thailand. It is also a very popular holiday destination for Malaysian tourists. We were only staying the night with connection the following morning to Phuket. I booked a " new hotel" which was supposed to be near the train and bus terminal. Not so, totally on the wrong side of town, ...
... br> and asking at god knows how many places a friendly lady boy pointed us in the
direction of a resort where we could pick up a little bungalow at a sensible
price. With digs sorted we awaited on the arrival of Mr Tingey who showed up
looking surprisingly perky despite the long flight. With only five days in
Thailand for Mike it was decided that scooters were the best form of transport
and the following day off we rode to the nearby ...
... he didn't leave them free knowing how many people he was picking up?!)..So we where put in the front, with poor Beth stuck holding the bags in place to stop them falling on her!
After a very boring 3ish hours we arrived in Trang. Nobody really knew what was going on, until the van stopped, the doors opened and a very angry Thai lady appeared and started shouting destinations and for everyone to get out the van. We asked "we are going ...
... trees, and saw them climbing jumping and play fighting with eachother. There must have been over 12- 15 of them- and for me, it was fascinating to see undisturbed wildlife, like these animals were happy and had obviously not been touched by man, which actually made me really happy! They must have spotted me, as they soon camouflaged themselves in the trees. The sunsets from my terrace at the bungalow I stayed in were so incredible- always different but ...