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... sun. That was a feat in itself. Well, as fish breeding is probably the same all over the world, I’ll just upload a few photos to show that the complex was extensive and colourful. I think they specialized it tropical fish like Nemo, soft corals, some crustations and gropers, all salt water fish. It was a bit hard to tell some of them, as we couldn’t read the signs.
... fish were not plentiful or colourful, but she was still so happy and didn't have any frame of reference! After some snorkelling, we got back on the boat and headed for Maya Beach. This is the beach I had been to a couple weekends ago so I have explained it before so I won't bore you with details, it was where the Beach was filmed, if you have forgotten ;) It was great, we swam out to a little bit of the island that we didn't get to explore last time. It was a ...
... because of my sparce diet of rice and noodles I am practically drunk off 2 beers. Cody takes me to the place where grabbed lunch on the beach. I get Pad Thai with chicken and it is damn good and he gives you a lot for only $2.50. At 8:30 all of the beach bars have fire shows. We of course, being tourists, must see all the fire...all of it. They start by showcasing their fire wielding talents with batons on fire and chains with flaming balls on fire ...
... requires a tuk tuk ride to get to etc, you take your pick. So, as i am an experience traveller now, i know not to trust anyone so when the lady at the agency told me i had to give her 300baht so Iuri and I could go to Krabi town and not to another place 35km away like our ticket says, i told her to leave me alone. Paid off, we got to Krabi town (with various stops at various agencies along the way all trying a different tactics to get some money out of us) without ...
... bus from our new friends who were heading North to Surat Thani. Equally unfortunately the bus that we had to take was completely packed. We all waited at the back for the driver to open the door so we could put our bags in. He came round, had a good look at us, sighed and vanished again. When he came back he sighed some more and gestured for us to come round the side. As we got in he gradually filled up the aisle with bags until no one could move an inch. Then we ...