The flight to
Taxi drivers are everywhere, and I was definitely looking forward to the ride as it was my only chance for a breeze. It seems that everyone who owns any sort of transportation is a taxi driver. We agreed to use the taxi service of one man until we found out that he had only a small scooter, and hoped to fit us on the back, along with our luggage. That didn’t exactly work out. Though I have seen an entire family of 5 on a small scooter, I didn’t have the coordination required for such a feat.
Next, we found a taxi driver who owned an automobile. However, he informed us that our hotel had burned down and that he would gladly take us to a great place he knew of. Since we had just booked the hotel the night before, we had a pretty good idea that the hotel had not burned down overnight.
Finally we found a man with a great little tuk-tuk. We jumped in and were off. We cruised through the streets that were busy with locals sitting and chatting near the ever-popular street vendor. Since most people living there don’t have air conditioning, they stay outdoors during the evening as it is much cooler. This adds to the interesting nightlife that
We made it to our hotel and checked in without any delay. We then ventured out for a SIM card for our phone. However, apparently in
I don't know about you, but I have the travel bug. I am always thinking of where I want to visit next. To me, there is nothing better than jet-setting from country to country. The mystery and intrigue of what awaits when I step off of the plane is invigorating. I love to share stories of my experiences and adventures around the world. Hopefully, I can give some helpful travel tips.