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We opted to hire a longboat and go to Bon Island instead of being trapped on a tour with hundreds of other people. Very happy with our choice, it was almost like being on a deserted island with a few amenities. We have done many tours over the years and do not enjoy the crowds and limited time you have to spend if you find a place you like. So it worked out perfect for us. ...
... your seat. Not just any seats... Huge, cozy, recliners! So comfortable, I was worried about staying awake for the length of the movie. The cost was another nice perk. They were less than $4 Canadian, which was a great deal. This was especially impressive to the Australians who lived in Sydney, where tickets are over $20 in their cinemas! We had dinner in one of the nicer restaurants as a bit of a treat. The treat still only set us back about 100 baht, about ...
... USB connection. In the evening we went walk about to the markets along the beachfront, there's an eight day food festival which started today. Massive amounts of food but the unadventurous side of me is a little hesitant to sample meat and fish from sidewalk stalls when the produce is in the open air. We've been a little selective with trying things - grilled corn, pancakes, yiros, potato balls, fried rice, hot soups yes - but the rest we're not so game. Not for us ...
... but this isn't French toast. She gets the hostess.
The hostess arrives with a sorrowful concerned look. "What is the matter?"
"I ordered French toast. This isn't French toast. It's just toast."
"Oh yes, it is French toast."
"What is the difference between regular toast and French toast?" Besides about 100 baht that is.
This has her stumped.
"There should at least be ...
... It didn't end up being an issue in the end, but we couldn't help but feel sorry for him. It was a very hot day already and the boat took off around 9.30am and took us on a 30 minute speed boat ride to the first Island (Khai Nai) for an hour of snorkelling with thousands of gorgeous colourful coral fish. The kids loved hand feeding the fish bananas and spent the whole hour in the water feeding them. The fish would occasionally bite our legs, and some of them enjoyed ...
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