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and it start to pour . Decided this cafe would bee just fine till it quit raining. And did it ever rain.
They had to pull the side tables in to keep them dry,
this is not bad photography... This is rain!
you know how American Express says "don't leave home with out it?"
well ill here it really is not a good idea to leave home without an umbrella!!
... getting of the boat and heading down the pier towards Riley we saw millions of crabs, all different species and sizes was amazing to see them all waddling on the beach. Let's hope their not on the beach we were going to chill out on. Riley west we had been told has the best stretch of sand so we had a little walk through the island to the other side, not long at all before we were laying our towels down to sun bathe. The weather was lovely and we had a couple of ...
... playing Rock Paper Scissors and thumb wars to try and make you buy things! After an awful lot of dancing and Amelia's attempt to use her jump suit as a sarong (which covered almost nothing) which enabled her to make friends with a group of Portuguese guys, Koh Samui is over. So fantastic few days in the east islands now off to Krabi in the south, well that's if we make it looking at the 100 year old multicoloured propeller 'plane' that's about to take ...
The next morning I had scheduled some rock climbing. Thailand has world renowned rock climbing, which I learned about from the Travel Channel. I have a very limited background in rock climbing, which includes going to a rock gym one time back in 2012. It was just me and an instructor. The cliffs we were going to climb at had monkey in the early morning. Oh boy I love monkeys. The instructor was not very excited by them. He ...
... or are planning on traveling there. Not an easy read though, I was fighting back the tears many a time whilst reading... Especially towards the end on the ferry! Alighting at Krabi, we jumped on our free bus transfer to Aonang Beach where we had booked a cheap guesthouse for the night. After enjoying our last traditional Thai meal of 2014 at a local family restaurant opposite the guesthouse, we walked down towards the beach... Having run out of money, we bought some cheap cheeky ...