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... cab driver pointed out for me. A thousend steps to the top I reached a nice apartment, got a dormitory all to myself left my backs and walked out to town. The city seemed nicer to me than the last time I was here... even though feeling a bit lonely for the first time in years. Thats how it is I guess when you had so much fun and then... bum. All by yourself again. I did all of the things on my list. Cashwithdrawel, exhange RM to Baht, called my friends and wrote ...
... 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!
... 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 ...
... 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 ...