- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for the day. I returned to Sarah at the beach towels got ready and disappeared for 2 hours around another small island just off the beach where the lady in the shop said the best snorkeling was. I returned to hand over the equipment to Sarah and dry off. By now it was nearly tea time so we packed up and found a restaurant for our first proper Thai food experience. And this was all before we managed to have a look around. Bring on tomorrow when we can have a proper ...
Friday 3rd January 2014 Fully rehydrated and ready for some new cuisine (I am still not ready to think about a Thai market) we started our journey to Malaysia. We were venturing 6 hours on a bus to Satun where we could catch the ferry to Malaysia's golden child ; Langkawi Island. After spending an hour in the luggage hold with some kittens (yes we got them out and gave them water) and little air, some seats ...
... it took us about 2 hours. While we were humbled, I assure you dear reader, we were not beaten. Oh how sweet the descent felt! While such downhill cycling is awesome, you half dread it because of the possibility that for every meter down, you'll be forced to pedal back up again. Fortunately we were spared this and so after a quick meal of Kuey Teow and a restocking up of water, we pedaled the remaining 4 or so kilometers only stopping to chat with a customs agent that ...
... it took him a few seconds to long to realise the gravity of the situation, he reached to get a paper bag for me but could not get it out of his bag quick enough….. And so last night’s dinner ended up on his lap…and shirt. And… everywhere else. After a lot of yelling the bus driver finally pulled over and me and James got changed on the side of the road. I have to say James handled the situation ...
... found a little restaurant called On's where we had our last Thai meal for a while. We got talking to someone from Phuket who filled us in on the highlights (we are heading there in March) and where was the cheapest areas to stay. After a delicious meal; although the filling of the spring roll was bright purple, which was a bit weird, we headed back to our room to watch TV as we hadn't had proper cable TV for a while. ...