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  • We could have died at this place and no one would have noticed for weeks, if ever

    • by Emily Valentino
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      After a long bus ride, an even longer ferry ride, and a bumpy, dusty ride in the back of a truck, we arrived at Lonely Beach. Our first night was spent, well, roughing it.

      Bailan Family Bungalows was out in the middle of the jungle, about a kilometer down the winding road from the main

      beach, and thus, the rest of civilization.

      The bungalows were really more like cabins, made of wood, with large cracks for the bugs to come through.

      The mosquito netting fell down the first night, and the door broke off the next morning.

      The shower was freezing - not a slightly cool shower to refresh us ...

      • in the warm Thailand air.

        Oh no, this water was ice cold.

        Not too mention that a large section of the wall was torn out, covered up by a tree whose vines were invading on our shower space.

        We didn’t see another single person at this complex until the next morning, and our only company

        was an old man who stared freely at my breasts.

        The staff was frienly enough, but this was not the kind of vacation I signed up for.

        We could have died at this place and no one would have noticed for weeks, if ever.

        All I have to say is, ‘maybe not.

        ’ We left that morning.

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