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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 ...
... to leave and it’s so sad, especially when he gives in to tears. "I just don’t want it to end, where am I ever going to find better people". This is the downside of travelling, goodbyes are so tough when you’ve really bonded with people and you know the experiences you’ve had will never be recreated. They just have to remain incredible memories. Frazer’s been out of the UK for over two years, it won’t be easy to adjust to sunny Maidstone after ...
... sitting when one of his fireworks fell over. Afterwards Michelle & I weren't sure if people in the bar were hugging because it was New Year or if it was because they were still alive. On the way back from that bar Dave & I stopped at another bar and met up with some of the staff from Joy, one staff member looked a little sad, another person explained that her boyfriend lived overseas and didn't treat her very well, acting like she was his own ...
... just a pan and bucket of water which isn't too fun on a hangover and funny tummy.
However we enjoy swimming in the sea and look forward to going out to watch the match later in the evening.
The clientele of the place has changed now its the weekend and Koh Samet is packed with groups of trendy young Thai's and the bars are much more lively.
We watch a boxing match in Naga, a bar with really loud, abrasive music and meet a couple to watch the ...
... I was wondering what decade she got those from. Anyway, it was entertaining and the night ended uneventfully. I eventually headed back and Mikael called out a friendly "good night" to me through the bamboo wall between our rooms.
Sunday was more of the same... an even more brightly shining sun, warm fine white sand and an amazingly calm and turquoise ocean. I camped out on my rented deck chair next to Mikael, ate some tam tuwa (green bean salad) ...