Lanta Thip House
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... our own 4 courses, one at a time. After each course, we'd take our plates back to the table and enjoy our creations and socialize -- met others from Canada, and we all enjoyed each other's company. We made Som Tom Papaya Salad, Pad Thai, Tom Kha Gai, and Khang Kew Wan Gai.
Today, I made it back into the water for some scuba diving, and went to the same dive sites that Kevin & I hit in April: Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, and Koh ...
Friday 29 May...
After a late start we woke up and headed off on a trek to Blake's side of the island, this time via the viewpoint!
We stopped off for photo-opps at the beautiful view point before continuing onwards looking for signs and any directions to 'the village' then we walked and walked and walked (for 2 and a half hours) passing lots of lovely view points, lots more trees and hills, imagining all the time we were heading in the ...
... bit of argy-bargy first on this bus as we may well be driven to commit murder and cleanse this earth of a number of our follow passengers – call it an act of social responsibility, weeding out the extra bodies we don’t really require, oxygen stealers, draining our precious resources and filling the airwaves with their dead noise, and endless Instagram images of Pad Thai. Bless them though, everyone has a first time, and we shouldn’t be so judgemental. But we (I) are! ...
... of people and the water dirty so it wasn't very appealing. In the end I spent time lying in sun (half in shade) before walking back and finding a place to have something to eat before returning back to the wharf in time for the 2hr boat back to Koh Lanta.
Returning back to Koh Lanta I was dropped back to my guesthouse where I decided to spend some time in one of the little huts by the beach with my laptop to work on my blog for a while at the same time as watching my ...
... it! We ordered some cereal, sandwiches, and a couple of omelettes for breakfast. To get it all it took over an hour, and the little cafe wasn't exactly packed. Ah well, the immense weather that we seem to be getting familiar with cheers us up. 3 hour journey from Railay to Koh Lanta, starting off with 15 minutes on a long boat and then a few journeys in the mini bus. Managed to get some decent looking accommodation sorted for 350 THB (£7) ...