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... t nessesarily have much english.
Anyway, eventually hopped another bus to kuntan. Something to be said for travelling in ac busses during the heat of the day!
Much nicer city + has a cooling breeze too.
Had nice dinner and wander, hope to hit the beach tomorrow morning!
See you all soon
... 2pm: Wat Phikulthng, standing Buddha
3pm: Lunch Yati Ayam Percik restaurant
we took free ride to Kenyir Resort
... the yacht, however after divorcing his wife he no longer had the money to pay for it and she wasn’t interested in getting it as part of the settlement. Her lose.) Speaking to Awi about the yard I got the impression that the boat building would continued on Doyung but only at a small scale. The people still doing it are those who have a passion for the work they do and methods they use. They don’t want to see it die out.
I strolled ...
... and this involved eating lots of spaghetti Bolognese (for days!) and on Khalid’s birthday Natasha made an awesome chocolate birthday cake – they really appreciate the home comforts we all miss on Kapas! The tourists were generally European, with a few interesting Aussies/Kiwis thrown into the mix. With the exception of one bizarre German we nicknamed the Space Cadet, everyone who made it to the island was friendly and interesting, and we met the best people there. ...