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We had met some swedes and danes in PhiPhi and Clause the Danish guy ended up in he boat with us heading the Railay Island. He was a pretty interesting guy. He worked as a correctional officer at a prison for the criminally insane. His job gives them 6 weeks off a year since its a high stress job. On the boat we had noticed that he had a black eye. He had tried his luck at this bar with amateur maui Thai boxing. If you participate, they gave you a free bucket of beer. I ...
We woke up early this morning to get ready for the trip to Koh Jum. We got all the bags ready and then started our wait. The taxi was meant to pick us up at 7:20, it eventually arrived at 7:50 and then proceeded to travel at record pace of 40km/h all the way to the pier! Lauren was getting pretty anxious that we were not going to make the ferry which was due to depart at 8:30. We did not know how far it was to the pier. We arrived at the ...
Well after today, I can safely say I am never ever leaving Matty in charge of a map, ever ever again. I woke up this morning to find that Matty hadn't been very well through the night, I'd heard him get up a few times but I just thought it was due to the fact the room was too hot. He thinks he's been poisoned by the night market! I think he's caught a bug off me as I've not been well for the past 24 hours but as us females do, we get on with it, Matty however wanted the ...
... the temple. It was a struggle that's for sure with many rest breaks the whole way up. At some points I was basically crawling up the stairs as some sections were quite steep and the steps too high to be comfortable for my short legs, but the views from the top were incredible and definitely worth the pain involved.
First thing the following morning we left for Khao Phanom Bencha National Park. The park was beautifully well kept with workers not only ...
... in a sleepy blur, waking frequently to wriggle around and find a new sleep position to deaden a different limb. Martin was awake for most of the night.
But despite our nocturnal difficulties the bus ploughs on and we continue our journey south, and I awake to see the faint light of dawn, and pea soup fog. We were down to about 10 km hour on a small road going through the jungle. Martin was awake and said we had been in it for about an hour. ...