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There was nothing we could do despite what transpired earlier today. I found that trying to let it go and put it behind me a very difficult process, but we had to push forward nonetheless. Our ferry, a big metal clunker that had seen better days, slowly took it's time getting to Ko Pha-Ngan, allowing us ample time to reflect. It was dark by the …
... couldn't regulate his breathing properly so he kept panicking and going to the surface for a breath. We were both getting frustrated with ourselves and frustrated that we couldn't do it and the others were finding it so easy. I was determined to give it another go so I went back under and tried again. I panicked and came up to the surface. As I came up the instructor did to and asked me what happened and I explained my breathing went and I panicked, it was then that he ...
... at the entrance, luckily we were! For the first time we showed up without a booking (crazy for me, I know!) We were put into the 'maths' room, an airy and COLD 8 bed dorm. Having travelled all day without much food, we headed to the market to indulge in what would be the first of many pad thai's (a classic Thai noodle dish). Having been to Thailand before, Stu warned me every serving can be a different level of spiciness. It was delicious! We watched ...
... br> The food was not as good as in Bangkok, and of course a lot pricier. I did have amazing spicy curries that ignoring the fact that the broth was made from meat was delicious.
This island felt very busy and touristy so don't expect to have a secluded beach because they are people/diving schools everywhere. However, one can grab a rock, jump into the ocean, and have it all to ...
... Nevertheless we didn't
give up and went into the sea a second time which ended in an EPIC
FAIL… my wedding ring (Paul's if you haven't guessed) disappeared
and is now somewhere amongst the Koh Tao coral :( Feeling quite down
we decided to give up on the sea and sneakily used the local resort's
swimming pool, justified by the fact we brought food and drink here
We thought we'd start our fourth day
with something a little ...