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Obviously, they drive on the left side and not the right.
At home, when someone honks, it usually means some kind of profanity. When someone here honks, it has a connotation of something closer to "hello friend, I am about to madly swerve into the other lane to get around you so please be aware that I will be in your blind spot and I would appreciate you not hitting me." The people here drive like ...
... helmikuussa. Kivikkoisissa rantavesissä snorklailu tuntui enemmänkin akvaariossa pulikoimiselta, kuin meressä uiskentelemiselta. Mitään maailman ihmeellisintä tai muista Thaimaan snorklauskohteista poikkeavaa fisua ei tullut bongattua, mutta pienenä erikoisuutena isohko pallokala, mitä ilmeisemmin harmaapallokala.
Koska kummallaakaan ei ollut sen kummemmin fiilistä jatkaa Phuketissa pyörimistä, päätimme ottaa pari lisäyötä ko. saarella - hetkinen, ...
... to fall asleep and we were wondering how on earth we were going to start getting up in the morning when we got home.
Annabelle was particularly worried as she never hears the alarm so how will she survive when she goes back to work. Oh dear!
For dinner we headed down to the beach again for sunset.
As we were walking down the beach we ...
... it was also totally packed with sun beds and umbrellas. The sand was literally a sea of umbrella’s.
We took a walk down the beach to check out some of the best spots. There seemed to be plenty of places to eat which included everything from small shacks to deluxe £60 a day beach clubs.
We were on the lookout for somewhere to eat lunch and eventually settled for a place closer to the hotel as it was very cheap. But what really ...
... I suggested we take our travel calm. In hindsight it wasn't needed as the ferry is so calm; however, after taking it neither of us could keep awake and were doing the old long blinks all the way over to Koh Samui (1hr45min). We got to Koh Samui finally and then proceeded to get bombarded with Taxi mafia (similar to Phuket) that to get to our hotel (20 minutes drive) was going to cost 600 baht ($20) we walked down the pier and hopped a Tuk Tuk for 100 ...