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No car horns! Clean streets! No cows on the road! Barely a curry in sight! Thailand is proving to be the familiar, relaxing escape we hoped for after a demanding time in India.
One thing Thailand is though (being March), is hot. VERY hot and humid.
Despite the heat we managed to do some sightseeing in Bangkok (admittedly not as …
... which is the way that takes you south and you end up driving around the island. Now I know the history of Adri’s left and right, it invariably gets mixed up but I was at the junction and had to make a decision, do I go with her left or not. I chose to stick with her call and we ended up having a lovely drive around the south side of the island. It’s less busy, the road is quite nice and we had a chance to visit Hua Thanon, a Muslim fishing ...
... incredible. Once we graduated, the La Bombona gave us a free beer and our diver's logs. Next dive spot: the Philippines!
It was a bit sad leaving Koh Tao today, as the group from Koh Samui all headed to Koh Phangnan for the full moon party. I planned on the full moon party, but spent my party money on diving instead. I'd say it was a really good trade off.
Leaving the island life, Bangkok bound!
... the Lomprayah service all the way to Koh Tao. It was a long old trip, about 300km altogether and I finally arrived on Koh Tao at 6:45pm on Tuesday. Funny I really felt like I was coming home when I got off that boat.
And guess who was there to meet me???
Yes the friendly faces of Per and Kiki.
Well long time - no see. All of 6 days since we parted in Jakarta!
It was great to see them here and they helped me with my bags to the Jom ...
... to visit 'the islands' that everyone had been talking about...Koh nangyuan! A longtail boat took us across to the most beautiful set of islands...three connected with sand. We hired snorkels (even though we probably didn't need them as the water was just like glass) and took the most amazing photos with the underwater camera. The fish were practically touching our faces...hundreds of them. We then hiked up the huge hill to see ...