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... but the beach was lovely and we snorkelled. Melinda wouldn’t let me swim out to Shark Island, which was about 300m further out. Probably wise due to currents, but I wanted to see sharks!
So onto the next beach, which we could see from the current bay, Thian Og bay. Had a bit of dodgy dirt road and a couple of hairy downhills but we made it to the resort, which we had to walk through as usual to get to the beach. This place was flash! Big long ...
... One point i turned round and georgia had 2 people tending to her feet; desperate times, desperate measures! G's feet have never looked so good in all the years I've know her. I wouldn't say the thai massage was relaxing, invigorating maybe! She put us in some rather peculiar positions. That evening we went to a lovely sea food restaurant and explored the shopping streets. Next stop Koh Tao, by mid afternoon we were there thanks to ferry, bus and car! At the sight of the hotel pool we hit ...
... is close enough and a world class diving site so it promised a nice little escape. Well THAT paid off big time. After 3 hours of searching for the cheapest accommodation, we finally found a room (4 walls, a mattress, a fan BUT the wall are painted pink so really, who is complaining?) within our budget and settled nicely and like anywhere we go that is awesome, fell in love in an hour.
Our first day was spent at Sairee ...
Woke up this morning to a view over Chalok Bay. A bright red and green parakeet was sitting in the tree just outside our hut, screeching at something – probably us. The plan today is to explore the island and find a beach, via scooter. We hired 3 x 125cc Honda scooters, paid our 250 BHT, left my passport as collateral and headed towards Mango Bay, a notoriously beautiful spot for snorkeling over the reefs apparently. The climb up to the viewpoint was generally ok and via a metre ...