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... Buddha's, saw the phallic rocks on the coast, some of the waterfalls, elephant gate and lots of pretty coastal views as we worked our way round the island and back to Fisherman's Village for a blow the budget lobster and wine meal washed down with beachfront cocktails - great day!
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... wait at the pier and then the ferry was about 2 hours including docking at Koh Phangan for about 20 minutes. Today's weather was much better than the last time we got a ferry so I wasn't feeling too nervous about it. We sat and had breakfast at the pier and I wasn't bothered by it at all! Whoop :) The ferry journey was pretty smooth, we sat on the upper deck outside though as I wasn't sure how my breakfast would hold up with 2 hours at sea, it held up very well I will ...
... in the same hotel we did before. We really liked it there. Our days were much the same as on our previous visit. Walk, read, beach. But this time we ventured out to find a couple of local attractions - Valentine Rock and Hin Ta and Hin Ya. Valentine Rock included a trek to a viewpoint that offered some good views. Hin Ta and Hin Ya as described on tourism site: "these rocks, known as Grandpa (Ta) and Grandma (Yai), look, respectively, like male and female genitalia." See ...
... a few times, it was fun to sing the familiar songs we know as well as listen to some we haven't heard before or to different tunes of familiar songs. A well followed tradition of Passover is to have the youngest child at the Seder sing a song that asks four questions about the holiday. The leader of this Seder invited all the children to come up and ask the questions together. It was really nice to listen to about 30 children sing the familiar ...
... sleep we ventured along to the buffet carriage much to the disgust of the wee waitress lady who told us that the buffet car was shut and we should go back to our cabin where she would come and serve us. Undeterred we made our way through the carriages picking our moments to jump through the shady connections to the next carriage to find that the buffet carriage was in fact open and ready for service. Windows were down and the traditional Thai music was blaring through the speakers, ...