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Now that we *did* make the flight I still love that I was so worried about it - because the way that we made it was utter awesomeness.
Rhiannon and I awoke in our spacious and luxurious suite, dressed and packed and went down for breakfast where we had a surprising western choice of an omelet. The rest of the plate would never have happened in the states, but that's okay, the omelet was fine. We wandered out to the street ...
We've decided to change some plans and stay a day in Krabi before traveling to the Gulf of Thailand. And it was very worthwhile. We took a boat to go to Railay Beach. A beautiful beach, to get there you have to go down a path skirting the big rock wall of a beautiful mountain. Reaching the beach you can have an idea why it is the darling of this corner of Thailand. There is perfect rock wall for climbing at beachfront, and it is right there that everybody spends much of the ...
... all woken up by the sound of thunder. There was a huge thunderstorm over the sea, probably miles away from where we were. You could see all the dark cloud, flashes of light and hear roars of thunder. Was nice to just lay there and watch it. It brought a nice cool breeze over the beach which we were thankful for as the sun that day was incredible hot. After awhile it got cloudy so we decided to take a look around the local markets. There ...
... again. After the pool we went out to go get an early dinner, dad and I both had chicken schnitzel and garlic bread. We stayed at the restaurant for ages, dad was watching the T.V which was behind us and I was reading my book. On our way back to the hotel, we talked to the tailor and picked up our washing before going home. After dad and I were both in bed we watched a documentary on the Australian network before going to sleep. ...
... our money which meant traversing the parts of the island not serviced by buses on foot. This meant walking from Karon beach to Patong along a busy dual carriageway. Fortunately we made it unscathed and frankly given the way people drive in Thailand I think I felt no less safe walking along the road than I would have done on one of the vehicles hurtling itself along it. Whilst it was off season and the middle of the day we could see from ...