Koh Tao Bamboo Huts
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this felt daunting knowing we were unable to put our feet down due to the sea urchins just below us. After snorkelling we climbed the steep incline to the islands viewing point. This included clambering over a extremely rickety walk way, ascending the stone never-ending steps before climbing the final rocks to admire the view at the top. We had left our shoes on the main beach so doing this bare food proved difficult and burnt our feet but it was well worth it. ...
... tans. Unfortunately the weather is hit and miss but that means we have not a lot else to do but train! I've found some steep ass hills to train running on too which has been a killer especially on hot days. Somehow the 'killer' hill in Erddig will now be a piece of cake (i wish)! Our friends Dan and Faray came to visit for a week which was nice. Spending time with Dan talking about boys stuff and watching some sport was just the ticket. I'm sure Lowra felt the same, she spent some time ...
... does spend the odd day hanging out at the hostel watching movies and swinging in hammocks, but the mosquitoes and sand flies are ruthless in the valley. You see a lot of people covered in gauze pads and bandages; either from scooter accidents, drunk shena****ns or infected mosquitoe/ sandfly bites. I thought I had dodged that bullet............... Buuuut I didn't. Thanks Ko Tao! :D fortunately everything is over the counter in Thailand, ...
... in a treetop restaurant, which served great food, luckily! The squid with fried rice was bloody amazing.
After a day lounging on the beach, we fancied seeing the island from the highest viewpoint. Ross had been going on about it since the night train, so I'm sure that had something to do with it! Wearing nothing but bikinis, sarongs and flip flops, we climbed to the John-Sawan viewpoint to see the view of both sides of the ...
... That morning he was just teaching us how different things work during diving, basically he was providing us with some basic rules that every diver must obey before going to the water. After a short break for lunch (around 12.00) we came back and it was time for us to go to the water for the first time. We were supposed to do some exercises in shallow water. Such training is usually called "Confined Water Training".
We took our gear and sailed to Aow Leuk. After ...