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... only be described as more of a building/landfill site! Luckily we only had a 10 minute walk to get the most gorgeous beach I've ever laid eyes on! You practically walk through a cave and then come out under towering cliffs onto a white sandy beach with turquoise waters! This is where we spent most of our time unless we were chilling around our lovely pool! Initially we were going to miss out a spot called the Viewpoint as the climb up to it looked quite immense! Yet we ...
... on the beach and waited for the tide go out so we could walk round the rocks. The tide wasn't moving much, but Cherie was pretty keen to the walk OVER the rocks, so it is Cherie's holiday, so off we went. I have to stay this is one of the highlights of the trip so far. It was REALLY tough going. Cherie was hating every minute of it, but the best thing was; it was HER idea! I did have to keep reminding her of this fact! I mean it was really ********ce over ...
... The only chairs were in the kitchen, which was accessible by a hobbit-sized door and seemed in general to have been constructed with those creatures in mind. Outdoors sat a decaying concrete picnic table which was likely a perfect size for Numthang. It rested at an angle in the mud and offered spectacular views of flies swarming around pieces of days-old fruit.
... Muslim by some of the things he was saying to me. In any case it made for an entertaining few minutes and I bought some necklaces off him, trying my best to haggle but probably got suckered based on the fact that after I paid him he announced “he can finish work for the day”. For dinner we found a nice restaurant called the Two Chefs and afterwards went for a quiet dip in the pool as it was “closed” and then hung out on our balcony ...
... at this point and the we stopped in a cove. Wondering were we were, we could see people getting off the boats an swimming to a set of ladders to get on the island. Maya bay was on the other side an we had to swim an walk to it. So off we went fighting the tide an the swell we made it on to the island (felt like we were in the film). We walked through the dense trees and come out on to ...
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