Palmeraie Beach Hotel
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So just determined to enjoy the day and do everything it threw at me we sped off to our first island.
Kho Tulu and after a quick stop offshore for photos we had a 2 hour stop here for snorkelling. There was already a boat of similar size here so I walked to the end of the beach for some peace and quiet. It was beautiful here - and i had 3G so could put a picture on facebook there and then. Now is that paradise or ...
... too. It isn't quite a Benidorm or a Bournemouth but it's pretty full. Mainly Russians and Chinese. It spreads out in both directions from where you enter the beach and the village is designed so most of the rowdy bars and restaurants are down here on the beach - good idea really. There are a few swanky places to stay along the beach but they are very expensive and way out of my budget. I only found this out after looking at a few and the cheapest I could find was 700 baht a ...
... a blowfish onto the boat, which was interesting.
The last night we had dinner at an amazing restaurant near
where we stayed called apache. It was these wee cabana huts sitting on this rickety
old jetty ….one that would not be allowed to be used as a jetty, let alone a
restaurant in anywhere other than Thailand. But it was amazing; there was a
breeze so no mosquitos, a full moon and amazing food. We also went back there
for breakfast before ...
It's really cool to stay with Ludwig and Kitty and not in a guesthouse or hotel for a while.
One evening we decided to make spring rools - it 's quite simeasy. Ludwig and I made the spring rolls and Kitty cooked them for us.
Another evening Kitty's family hosted a barbecue and we enjoyed the food and ...
... I was sad because I felt like the adventure was over. I worried that I had ticked off all of my boxes and now I was just running out the clock sitting like a lump on the beach and there were no more exciting challenges to face.
Call me dense, but it honestly wasn't until I was crawling into my little tent the first night here and fell asleep listening to the waves crashing that I realized how much of an adventure the last week or so in Thailand has actually ...