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... Bit touristy. Lots of bars offer BBQ, you pick what you want cooked, massive prawns, lobster, fish or shark! And they are all sat out in ice on the street waiting for your selection. We found the night market which was fab, lots of beautiful street food. Hannah had a Massam curry, I tried traditional Thai pork noodle soup and we had some amazing battered prawns to share. Unfortunately we completely missed the free seating for the market, how I'm not sure, we will put it down ...
... had a cover over it but Mel and I just kept raving in the rain!! After that the night turned into a bit of a blur and I'm not really sure what happened after that. All I know is we didn't get home till 9.30 the next morning, I had pizza all round my mouth and all my clothes were salty and our money was stuck together so I'm guessing we were in the sea at one point maybe eating a pizza!! It took pretty much the whole next day to get over so we know it was a good one. Next is Koh Samui... ...
... the earplugs were very much needed!
We headed out for dinner with the girls in Fishermans Village which is where they were staying - the meal was slightly more than we'd been paying but we all had a nice Indian for a change.
We then called it a night as we were all shattered and we wanted to save ourselves for the Full Moon Party tomorrow night.
We booked the Full Moon Party transfer tickets through our hotel - we had to get ...
I don’t really need to explain what the waterfall was. However this was also the place to go for elephant trekking as for around £6 each you could hop aboard and sit on one for half an hour. If anything I think Helen was even more upset at seeing the elephants chained up with nowhere to go than the monkeys.
Nathon Town was basically another street full of knock-off designer goods and restaurants (not as high quality as those ...
... out today we could see... absolutely nothing. A bit disappointing, but pretty funny splashing around in the sea anyway. We are hoping to go on a visit to the marine park where our snorkels might be put to better use soon, which will be nice.
Oh, before I go, for anyone reading... I hope you all had a fabulous Christmas, and wish you a sincerely happy new year. Lots and lots and lots of love to you all.