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... and sort our bags. After BBQ for dins we partake in a raffle in which I won! So on saturday I'm doing a dolphin kayak session which should be super cool. Then limbo and eat my box are played (see pictures) and again a relatively early night so we can be up bright and early for the sun tomorrow! Friday 3rd May Beautiful sunshine!!! Breakfast then beach! Clouds appear about 2ish so we skiddadle back to the hostel for some drinks with the girls (Steph, nickie, sarah, hege and emily) ...
I take the
picture and then help him put it on his Iphone as a Facebook profile
picture. He's worried because it doesn't appear in the news feed. It
takes about 10 minutes during which he's lost in the digital world of
his mobile phone. I feel some pity for this lost man :
- Don't worry
about your facebook news feed mate, go back to reality !
- What do you
- Go skating
amigo. Skating is ...
... the biggest wave to ride in, and was really weird riding in ontop of wave but i could see nothing because of the spray, i could hear Sam trying to reasure me becuase of course he knew what was coming, all i remember is flying out the kayak and not knowing which way was up, hmm may have freaked a little bit, when i popped up, sam was a little way away trying to get to me, i was still clinging to my stupid oar, then anther wav hits me, not east to keep hold of ...
... travel agents id go for a beer with them so i headed out and ended up back at the travel agents store having a pizza party with everyone! I got pretty tired and went back to the hostel around 10, walked straight into the Dutch guys who convinced me to go out clubbing with them! We got back around 2 and chilled on our tiny postbox balcony getting to know eachother before going to sleep :)
The next day i actually booked my trip. i have paid 1300 bucks for my all inclusive 5 week trip. ...
... amp; tourist trade. Island's pop is 45,000 & relies on tourism, export of rubber & coconut. Second most popular destination after Phuket. Another calm day, sea almost like glass. Koh Samui sights. Groups of 8, very convenient, with own guide. Big Buddha, golden effigy. Monastery in surrounds. Bunyan tree considered sacred, in grounds with many icons around for good luck. Lots local stalls. Warm & somewhat humid, about 32*C, but not too unbearable with some ocean ...