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6th August Wednesday
Woke up in Paladie, with no clue where to go. Intital plan was to go Koh Tao first to avoid full moon party, but skipped that plan as it seemed too overwhelming to go somewhere new after a glorious, carefree stay in Paladie.
Even got sucked into leaving Paladie via a 350 baht trcuk down the road, at least we stole it from a couple of noobs who wanted to go Chaweng HAHA!
Thankfully, we arrived 2.5 hours ...
... a standard price. 200 Bath no matter the distance. There are two kind of cabs. Yellow modern ones, for some weird reason accessorized with spoilers, angel eyes, leds and so on, as well as beautiful decorated pickups with two benches in the back and no windows. Probably they will be gone in a couple of years. The street view is special. The smell on the streets unfortunately as well. Tomorrow again an early day and a day of travel. So don't expect too much. Thank you all for reading ...
... a couple of people to the beach, to watch the sunset. We walked back to the hostel and I met Kyle, yet another Canadian traveler. He was there with two friends - I ended up hanging out with them a lot.
We started partying and the cutest thing happened. The owner came out with a big cake and candles and everyone started wishing me happy birthday. He then told me I could get a ...
... we refused and said we'd wait for the big bus. There was no big bus today we were told. Then they gave us a ticket and told us to sit down.
The old lady behind the desk was obviously unhappy with us and at every opportunity she shouted Farang....something in Thai, Farang and more Thai shouting. Every pair of eyes in the place focused on us. It was rather unpleasant.
A minivan arrived and it was gestured to us that this was our bus. ...
... along the beach to look for some food and drink, thinking there'd be loads of beach bars with good music and atmosphere to sit at. We walked for quite a while and found nothing, until we came across a small bar attached to a guest house playing reggae. We took a seat and tried to get a drink, the only guy there was actually one of the guests who grabbed us a bottle of beer each. We soon realised the actual owner was a very hyper Thai guy who would not stand ...