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... and the sea flattened nicely for a good night’s sleep.
The next day was spent orienting Tiz and Nadia to the boat and provisioning. We rented a car and set off for Tesco/Lotus (Wal Mart of Thailand), Makro (Costco) and the marine chandlers to find the pump and get some propane. We topped up the water, diesel and fuel for the dinghy, filled the cooler with ice, beer and red wine and got back to the boat around 3 PM (sans the expensive pump!). After a sundowner we decided to ...
... best menus we'd seen taking us way too long to pick something to eat! The wifi and food was amazing which was well deserved after the day we'd had. Absolutely shattered once again we had an early night. Ellie and I found a lizard in our room but by this point I think 7 weeks in Asia has made us immune to bugs, even though we had a box room and the lizard was about 2inches long! I was so glad to finally have an early night after about 7 hangovers in a ...
... Akenakkiri Buddha in full, it is 25 meters across at the base. The whole body is layered with beautiful white Burmese marble that shines in the sun, making it a natural symbol of hope. The views, and the actual image itself are all breathtaking, but for us, the sweeping vistas over Chalong Bay on one side of the Island and the Indian Ocean on the other, really takes your breath away!!!
On the way down, we stopped the car ...
We was up early again to day, 5.30 the alar went off for a day of travelling, we went and had breakfast then checked out the bat didn't get there until 7 and we was sat on it for 2hours before we even started heading back to Phuket! When we got to Phuket we met the car and headed to the airport, after checking in we went and got a subway then went through security and ate the subway and chilled out whilst waiting for the plane the plane journey went pretty quick and ...
... beaches on the coast. We stopped by a market, had lunch for $1.50 (for the two of us!) and picked up some fruit, coconut juice and pancakes :-)). It reminded me of times when I traveled in north Thailand, rode through towns on my own, appreciating the local culture, people and food. I am really going to miss this. Tomorrow I spend my last day in Thailand. Then I'm headed to Singapore for 2 days to obtain visa, then Bali ...