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... We sometimes feel like we are in France as most of the guests here are French. For dinner we tried the pizza at the hillside restaurant overlooking the bay. The resort faces south so misses both sunrise and sunset. As we waited for our meal we watched the boats go by, one with a dolphin riding the bow waves. Back at our room we packed for our transfer to Koh Samui tomorrow then watched a movie.
... down in the front row, had a beer and waited for it to all kick off. It was INCREDIBLE! The lady boys were absolutely hilarious, there were a few main ones and then others that were like backing dancers. They did a moulin rouge song, lady gaga and loads of others. One was a crazy dancer and just jumped and kicked her way all over the place, another was ridiculously skinny and walked like she was doing a catwalk, and another did the power ballads and came ...
A few Chang lead to bed at 4 and then up at 6.30 for diving again which was not as much fun with a bad head on. Visibility wasn't as good today so didn't see as much, did get to swim with a turtle which was a biggy!! Iniesta one of our dive helpers hasn't seen a turtle before and he has done 70 dives so to see one on my 4th dive was pretty special and open water is now complete ...
... a sea sickness pill for the next ride and basically sleeping for the next 24 hrs!!!!!!!
Chilling in our room and watching an episode of Homeland each night. Bought some beer and wine from chumphon to drink in our room.
Breakfast on the water everyday and discovering jamalac fruit. Meghna loving the papaya salad and coconut soup.
Daily pancake from Hussein at Mae Haad town near the ferry pier. Daily 1hr foot massages for $10 ...
... dive course which was a lot of fun. I did a night dive and got to dive 30m down to a Japanese WWII ship.
On full moon we did the traditional thing, letting some lanterns go. We played some acoustic tunes. I tried to play the harmonica a bit, it didn't go too badly.