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... it was absolutely shatting it down! like big time... and I think only 4 of us actually wanted to kayak as its currently 'winter' in Vietnam (aka 22 degrees max - man up peeps). Nikki was dressed and ready standing in her waterproof shorts before the guy even finished asking if anybody wants to go...
Kayaking was sooo flippin cool! The rain and fog made it really eery in the bay, and for most of the time I chilled in the back filming Go Pro footage ...
... island for one night is actually cheaper than staying on the boat for two nights because you do slightly different stuff on the second day, which I believe is cheaper for the guides. Or you can do what I did and do 3D2N with two nights on the boat. I think it might be easier to explain this in my post on the third day since then I will have written about all of the itineraries for the different days.
Anyways, after dinner I talked to ...
... you met during your trip.
1) First thing you can use to prevent this is to be honest to each other and tell things you consider as impropriety in time it happens, but it must be done by all travelers you’re going with. And it must be done in polite way, you can’t just insult the other person.
2) The second is to have greater tolerance limit than in "normal" life, you’re still on vacation and in some cases ...
... br> During the trip we are meeting other people from our group, there is
around 18 persons on the boat. And it’s also good mixture of nationalities: Czech,
Ireland, Austria, Australia, Israel, United Kingdom, Germany, South Korea (I
hope I didn’t forgot any).
Our first stop is at Surprise cave, on a first look normal cave, on the
second one there were other parts which are huge and interesting. The tour
guide pointed to one of the rock ...
... out just for our group – and before long we are all relaxing enjoying a seafood lunch and a cold bevvy. Life’s tough for some!!
After an hour or two of cruising through the karsts we dropped anchor and it was time to go caving! Amazing cave is a popular attraction in the area. A huge cavern exists within one of the karsts and there are some stunning features within the cave. Mind you when the guide says ‘can you see the elephant in that ...