Thumrin Thana Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Trang
... the teas all have WAY too much ice...it's only 75 cents though so its ok! Everything is yummy, and our favorite thing is the little fruit shacks that people attach to their bikes and drive around with! Fresh pineapple (sabarod) is Logan's favorite and watermelon (no idea what it is in thai) or papaya is mine! Even though we are doing quite well finding food and fun places we have found ourselves missing the comforts of our Korean home, and I really miss BBQ and dakgalbi! ...
... on the first regularity of the day. Patrick Sommer in the VW Karman Ghia, new the regularity game, turned in a drop of just seven seconds on the first regularity, and five on the last one. Garrick Staples with John Layzell clearly hates regularity, their Beetle took a maximum 30 seconds on the first, and 27 seconds on the last.
We have a day off tomorrow – Monday - and this could not be a more restful spot for a rest-day.
... and showed me around. They said i could take the path farther again and see their quarters and the surrounding gardens. Having seen their dwellings and gardens i made my way back down the mountain, stopping just after the temple to admire the views of the town of Phatthalung, which looks stunning from up here. Looking at the time, i realised i'd probably talked too much with the monks and needed to get a move on if i was going to see any other attractions before my train ...
... champions so the hour it took us to round the headland and find the Emerald cave was quite a challenge. We had been told the cave would be accessible all day as the tide would be low and as we went past it the hole to get through was too small to even swim through let alone Kayak so we headed on to the snorkeling area and left the cave until the return leg after the National Park 'Surcharge' guys would have left.
The small cove and beach we finally paddled into ...
... adults call them, and I was amazed by how tiny they were: the adults were maybe the size of a 20 pence piece. The coral was purple and green, and we were amongst hundreds of fish, in electric blue, bright purple, neon green with yellow stripes. The local boy that was our guide swam down and came back with huge starfish for us to look at; though they weren't as big as the ones that Jessica, Aimee and I used to find on trips to Scarborough with mum and Grandma!