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Our new friend Clogs found a little town on the map called Prachuap Khiri Khan. We decided the best way to get there is to take the train. Despite my brother being an engineer, I have never been on a real train before. My first train ride! The train ride is approximately 6 hours in the late afternoon designed to be an ever night train to Bangkok, we should arrive in Prachuap Khiri Khan between The train is actually a nice way to travel.
Big windows that let the breeze blow through the train car to cool you down in the daytime heat. The cars have decently comfortable benches and a surprisingly clean toilet. People walk from car to car selling random snacks and drinks, including a big thermos full of hot water for coffee or tea. The only downside to the train is that it is very noisy. We had to almost yell to each other to have a conversation. We did manage to keep ourselves entertained with the random snacks we bought at The best ended up being a donut that the British Couple we had met in Khao Sok told us about.
Everything else that we tried is irrelevant, my new determination is to find more of this Thai custard. We arrive in Prachuap Khiri Khan around 11pm. Walking around the seemingly desserted streets at We go into another hotel and figure out where we are supposed to go. Turns out we are only a 5 minute walk from the hospital… just on the other side of the train tracks.
We arrive just after midnight… doors are locked. I try making a bunch of noise to get their attention. We call and call and call… nothing. We finally give up and ask the bar owner if he has rooms. We walk past a bunch of scantily clad looking girls and a handful of creepy old white guys… did I just get us a room in a brothel?
We are staying in a brothel! We shared the room with Clogs to save money. As we tried to sleep, some horrendous karaoke started up, luckily we were too tired to care. We sat a couple tables away from a very used looking hooker. I may as well stoop to a new low where I eat too. Surprisingly the omelet was quite nice. We packed up and moved next door to our room. The town of Prachuap Khiri Khan is very small with not a lot to do.