Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Sawadee Hatyai Part 1

We spent one night at Hatyai. Erm okay me failed blogger again because I want to recommend you a good hotel but I couldn't remember the name and none of the hotel photos was taken T.T We checked in into the new renovate hotel without booking/reservation, it was about rm50 for a SPACIOUS double bed room. I only can remember how to go haha it is walking distance nearby the 7 eleven & the Lee Garden. Please forgive me T.T

So we rent a tuk tuk to go to the must-visit-places such as Hatyai Municipal Park, floating market and night market. The tuk tuk always offer a higher price to take the visitors, but still they are kind enough to negotiate for the price that you think is reasonable. So please do bargain! Not to say exploit their kindness, but just don't pay above the reasonable price. 

#1 US in the tuk tuk =D

#2 The way they refill their petrol! Quite similar to Bali huh.


#4 The municipal park - Standing Buddha Statue.


 #6 Municipal park- under the Standing Budhha statue - The wax of  respected Buddhist Monk. 

#7 Municipal park- Four face Buddha (Sorry I was taking pic with the elephants & din manage to capture full scenery >< )

#8 Municipal park - Happy Buddha

#9 Municipal Park - 3 Headed Elephant 

#10 Ally & Mr Bf with the dragons <3

# 11 Municipal park - Kuan Yin Statue

There is one famous cable car service at municipal park too. But we didn't take it.
So that's about visiting Buddha temple & statue, next we headed to floating market! 

#12 Our tuk tuk was parking in the temple nearby the floating market.

#13 Me & Mr B on the bridge to floating market.

#14 Different types of foods were selling.

#15 Me! was waiting for my Somtam.

#16 Coconut drinks was served in super cute errr container?cup?jar? HAHAH Anyway it was selling together with the drink!

#17 Me with my doraemon! 
Either you buy the drink for the cup or buy the cup for the drink, it doesn't matter. 

#18 Colourful desserts  

#19 so we got our foods!  

#20 And us!

#21 Not only floating market were selling the food but also the area around it. The favourite Mango Sticky Rice.

#22 The ice cream. Spot the durian flavor?  

#23 The cashew nut 

#24 And the well-known fried insects. Gulpppppp

#25 The panorama at late evening. Despite the Hatyai floating market was much more smaller than Bangkok's, I still favoring this one. =D

#26 My all time favourite moment! :P The night market with lot of super cheap stuff.

#27 Super tiring boyfriend when it reached shopping time (my shopping time) ;P 

#28 But when he found food, Yeah energetic to walk again! 

 #29 Especially this shop make me went almost crazy.


#31 Only rm10 per pair. What say you?? Will definitely visit this place again :P

Lastly we got back to our hotel and visit the market nearby. Mr B was busying looking for food , I was busying looking for girl things. So no photo was taken. :P Kaybye continue my last day at Thailand in next post! :3

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Way to Hatyai !

So continue with my previous posts about Bangkok, we went to Hatyai by train after Bangkok! It took around 18 hours spent on the train to reach Hatyai, and RM55 for upper bed without aircond. ( October 2012) It's advisable to take flight if you would ask me again. Nevertheless its an experience for us. At least we have six of us. HAHA

#1 My poor sickening baby boy. Got fever all the way :( .
Just to show the seat. There was a man who was preparing our "bed" for us at late evening. So for lower bed customer (fares was expensive than upper bed, if you ever took ktm in Malaysia for sure you will know this.) the bed was the seats when he flatten the seats you can see on the picture below. Can imagine that? HAHA

#2 Our upper bed was prepared when he pull down the "bed" on the LHS of below pic. So you can see the staircase for us. He then came to keep it back at the morning and returned the bed to seat.

#3 The toilet area, Mr Bf was taking photo when I was brushing my teeth. You may not want to take train after you have seen the toilet. HAHA

#4 The train would stop by some stations and allow the hawker to sell some foods on the train. Bought my breakfast at the morning.

#5 We ! 

#6 Were playing games to overcome our boredness. :P 

#7 And reached finally! Do not take tuk tuk car to reach the city because it is very near! In walking distance to reach the well known Lee Garden Plaza.

Okay I am going to continue my trip in next post to avoid overload pictures in one post. Kay bye! :3

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Baby Monkey

Mr Bf get me a new toy from Taiwan which I thought it was a hand pad for mouse. Can you guess what is this little monkey about?

#1 The very useful toy for me <3

 #2 Yippie this is the magic hot/cold pack to keep me warm during menstruation period whereby my abdomen & lap may not feeling well.

So how it works? Spot a piece of metal in the fluid? You only have to crack/bend the piece to another side, the magic will work! The fluid will react due to whatever chemical reason.

#3 The fluid slowly turn into snowly-like and release heat in it. The pack will turn warm and to half-solid piece. No longer spot the wording and the metal piece right? Amazing innovation. =D

You will have to keep pressing on the new form solid piece to keep it warm for longer time. Normally it works at least one hour for me (am not sure the max time because when I was putting this toy, it is so comfortable and reduced my pain, then I fell asleep)

#4 So when am awake the little monkey turn into this! Super solid and can knock on people's head.

#5 To turn it into original, you only need to wrap it with a towel and boil it. Yes, BOIL it. LOL

#6 Like this. At least for 20 minutes until there is no single snow flakes piece inside. Or else the whole thing will react to each other again without you pressing on the metal piece. 

This new toy is very useful as it is very small but can keep you warm enough. Truly a good gift for a girl. : )) Thank you baby. <3

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