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... So I set off after breakfast with my own private Longtail and a really smiley guide! We travelled to the Emerald Cave first, and I couldn't believe my luck, the French couple who I had travelled over from Koh Ngai had also just arrived to enter the cave - what luck, a friendly face to swim the cave with!
So I donned my fins and jumped in - it was magical! It actually felt quite warm when you first went into the cave - and very dark. My guide did have a torch but kept letting ...
... and coming up to me and shaking my hand. It was both a humbling and fulfilling experience.
The following day i checked out of Cathay in Hat-Yai and took a very long, 15hr train journey to Hua Hin. Funnily enough, a Malaysian lady and 2 Japanese travellers, who were also staying at Cathay went on the same train. The 2 Japanese guys were in the sleeping carriage and the Malaysian lady went 2nd class. Me being me, went 3rd class, so even though we were all on the same ...
... next in time for the Songkran festival but most of the boats advertised and that we asked about were 1,500 Bhatt per person until we stumbled across one boat advertised in a restaurant that was only 550 Bhatt each and took 6 hours to get there as it included snorkeling at several islands on the way to Lanta. Result! A third of the price and some snorkeling spots thrown in for free, cant go wrong with that so the boat was booked and Lanta bound we are in time for the Thai New Year.
... It sounded as though a wall of water was on its way to flatten us around each bend, but the water remained flat and still.
The height of the cave was only evident when the guide shone his torch up to show us the hoard of bats clinging to the rocks several metres above us. Still several metres too close for my comfort, though. Low, over-hanging rocks jutted out in every angle, so we had to stay as close to the middle of the path of water as possible.
... the impact, and after moving her arm a little, it had got back into its place. The pain ceased quickly but we were still not sure about not going to the hospital to have her checked. Eventually, she preferred continuing with our trip to Malaysia and, if the pain didn’t completely go away soon, go to a hospital in Langkawi.
And that’s how Romy wanted to say bye to Thailand.