Chumphon Cabana Resort & Diving Center/Hotel
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Sawadee Kap (or Hello from Thailand)
Well, we finally made it.
We have left Australia and after 5 airports, 3 countries, 26 hours on planes, trains, and automobiles we are on a quiet little strip of beach, just outside of Chumphon (as with most Thai words, the "H" is silent.) called Thung Wua Laen.
This place is paradise.
We have travelled to Thailand several times and on ...
I only stayed in Chumphon a few days. It was more a stopping off point to break up the journey on my way to Krabi. And also to catch up on this blog. We're at the end of the rainy season here in Thailand now, and the weather wasn't at its best during my stay here and we had a fair amount of rain. I remember the last time i was here (around the same time of year), the weather was a lot worse. Back then we had floods, and i even got stuck here for a few days due to ...
Our bus pulls to a stop at some ungodly hour in the morning, we have no idea where we are as we groggily wake up from a very uncomfortable nap, not that any of us really slept. We sit waiting in the bus for what seems like hours, trying to get as much sleep as we can. We are told a couple of hours that we need to get off the bus to board the ferry. So as the sun starts to rise we remove our bags ...
They say there are three sure things, death, taxes, and nurses. On Koh Tao those sure things are more like diving, bike related injuries, and visa runs...this week I did all three. At the beginning of the week I started my Intro to Tech course which involves diving on twin tanks with buoyancy being provided by a horseshoe shaped set of wings. Nothing could be more different from sport diving! The body position feels totally bizarre for a while and involves a lot of back arching and ...
Quick stop in Chumphon to take the ferry to Koh Tao. After a 3 hours boat ride, the ferry finally arrives in Koh Tao where we join a funny mess on the pier: people are disembarking the ferries, others are waiting to board, some mototaxis try to make their business by proposing rides to various parts of the island and I join a guy representing a Scuba Diving company for a free ride to check out their diving ...