Travel Notes from Koh Tao, Thailand
I'd like to keep this short because i'm heading to the other beach to watch the sunset. So, i just arrived after almost a whole day of traveling from the capital to down south. I took the sleeper train which i missed a lot and so i enjoyed every single hour of it. I had numerous naps but the last one after the KFC take out was the longest and the best. I always say i love trains. The slowness just makes you realize the importance of life. I really don't like the hectic life back in the city, in any city. I'd like to spend my days absolutely doing nothing and taking time as it arrives.
Just to be clear, I am not Thai. Everyone here seems to think otherwise. After i speak english, they all laugh. That has been the usual instance since i came to Thailand in November of 2008 in Krabi and Koh Phangan. Up until now, it hasn't changed.
I just had a watermelon shake and 2 big plastic bottles of water. I am spending way too much but i'm slowly finding the answers to my question. 7-11 is always a good place to find really cheap good food.
Koh Tao is absolutely beautiful. And Filipinos are unheard of this side of the archipelago. But it's good exploring, the beach is cest' magnificique! I'm sorry, i wasn't able to upload a photo of the beach as i left my USB connector in my room. I got a 600 baht fan room sharing for two. The best part is the view of the beach.
I wonder why so many tourists come this side of Thailand. Koh Tao is slowly becoming the next Koh Samui and i can't argue with that. I just don't know if it has something to do with heaps of nude sunbathers along Sairee beach?!!!
As for me, maybe i am not sure when i am leaving this island. LoL
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