Malibu Beach Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... about 25 mins for the egostistical Spanish girls to take photos of themselves.
Still, ride home was great fun, sun going down, cool breze and watermelons while we completed our circle of Koh Toa. Good vibes finished soon after arriving back in Chalok, as the extent of burn injuries became apparent. Rest of night spent buying Aloe, and for Sarah, fending off the urge to panic (couple of freakouts and feeling sorry for ourselves). A long, hot a sticky/painful ...
... sunset go down. It was a stunning view and the water was lovely clear shallow waters.
We didn't do too much during our stay in Koh Tao. We chilled on the beach and wandered along the cobbled pathway along the beach front.
We did take a day trip across to Koh Nangyuan (next post). The island just off the tip of Koh Tao.
Our hotel we booked ...
... into the Royal Thai Navy in 1947 where it served until it was decommissioned in 2007. Previously, as a US Navy ship it most famously participated in the Battle of Iwo Jima - one of the fiercest and most strategic battles between the USA and Japan during World War II.
On the 18th June 2011 after cleaning and stripping of the vessel of all toxins and hazardous materials, the Thai deparment of Marine and Coastal Resources purpose sank the ship just off the coast of Ko Tao as a ...
... moved up and down with the waves. But soon the 'Ooohs and Aaahs' died down as people grabbed the plastic bags being offered by the staff. We tried to stay strong but the noises and smells around us finally got the better of Sherilyn, who the needed a couple of plastic bags herself.
This was just a small blip though, as the excitement levels sky-rocketed again as soon as we saw where we were staying. We made our way through resorts to the beach. ...
... too sorry for myself. Our first dive is at White Rock and despite finding it very painful on my ears, once I get past 10m the pain eases and I've got no problems. We dive 12m down and I'm instantly hooked. Looking above and seeing fish swimming is the best feeling. 40 mins later we surface and spend just over an hour on the boat talking through the dive and what we're doing next. Out boat takes us ...