Rayong City Hotel
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... they look joined up by a sand bar but as you get nearer you can see this is not actually the case.
Nothing at all on these islands - just peace and quiet. Perfect - if it wasn't for the Chinese screeching and shouting. Oh well!
This was our last stop and as thunder clouds gathered we sped off back to Kho Samet.
Despite the lak of friendliness of the people on the boat, I had had a really lovely day :-)
... out, Sophie, Harry and I are sensible and leave after dinner as we’re all diving early tomorrow.
5th Nov: I join Sophie and Harry on the 6,30am morning boat for my fun dive while they’re finishing their Open Water today. I’m buddying up with an American guy Pete who knows a lot about everything but gives me some great diving tips. Ryan takes us out and our first dive is Chumpon Pinnacle – have dove her three times now and just so ...
... Bangkok. It was one of our friend’s birthdays who is from Belgium, so sure enough we went to a Belgium bar. The area was very fancy and saw every type of expensive car possible. A BMW looked cheap to give you an idea of the amount of money in the area. The rest of the weekend we just relaxed and then headed back to Mahachai.
Not a great deal happened during the week. I got Carolyn who has never cut hair, to cut my hair. We went outside on the street where it was windy and ...
... dancing on the empty dancefloor. James looked like a complete pimp with this five ladies but wasn't complaining as the Argentinians were rather attractive!!
We spent the rest of or time on the island relaxing on the beach with our new friends, and chilling out in the beach bars on an evening. After a few days of doing nothing, we headed back to Bangkok, ready to get the 14 hour night bus down to the islands in the south of ...
... before the fire show, and they were pretty good. They were a little frustrated because the crowd wasn’t too responsive, but I think it was because the crowd was mostly Thai and the show was all in English. I really enjoyed them though. And that’s another great thing about Samed, it’s not full of western tourists. They do exist, but they don’t overrun the island; it’s mostly Thai tourists there.
So after we enjoyed the ...