Free basic breakfast at the hostel and went for a super bike hunt. Searching the internet took me to a place where there was a restaurant actually didn't even enquire as there was no bike seen around. Another shop which was little far to walk but i decided to do so. On the way to that shop found another shop having the same exact YAMAHA YZF R6 I was looking for, went inside to ask for the rental price and he said bit cheaper than the other. But then I negotiated & got a good deal for two days rental. To rent a super-bike is like renting any other normal scooters there but be careful in checking the bike for any damages or even small scratches before taking them out, because anything after that will be costing you more than the whole trip. This incident happened in front of my own eyes. A Russian guy who was returning the R6 bike dropped it while parking and they were charging him like THB 12k for minor scratches. I told him to negotiate but don't know what happened afterwards. I just took a step back seeing this but took my gut to rent it anyway. You either deposit a huge amount or your passport, and of course passport was the only worth able thing I had. Speak to them nice and you'll get over it. Even they are investing a lot in bikes and risking it with unknown people. A true biker will understand. I'm used to riding super bikes so I was ready and this was the only plan of the trip.
Took the bike to my hostel glad it had a secured parking. Geared up ( Safety first) no actual plan and it was getting dark too. So, I just googled for a highway to the north of Island and it was a fantastic highway. 6 way road with center and side blockades. What a machine it was never had the confident like this in a super bike before. It has become from my favorite to dream bike to own. While on return I slow down to feel the bike and its features. Back to the crib like a star super tired. Again same TOM YUM dinner and walk to the party district and slept like achieved something.