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... a blowfish onto the boat, which was interesting.
The last night we had dinner at an amazing restaurant near
where we stayed called apache. It was these wee cabana huts sitting on this rickety
old jetty ….one that would not be allowed to be used as a jetty, let alone a
restaurant in anywhere other than Thailand. But it was amazing; there was a
breeze so no mosquitos, a full moon and amazing food. We also went back there
for breakfast before ...
... th, we left for the island, and arrived a few hours later. Koh Samet is a small island (6.5 kms), so instead of making a reservation, Hannah and I decided to find a place to stay when we got there. We ended up at Naga Bungalows in a private bungalow with nothing but a fan, bed and mosquito net. The total cost was 600THB ($18) a night, which is a little bit more than I have seen on other islands, but still reasonable. Since we stayed for one week, ...
... to see a man in the family at the next table opening engage in what could only be described as child sexual abuse in the middle of the restaurant. Extremely angry I really wanted to approach him but instead took all details I could muster to report him - car number plate etc. Whilst doing this it became apparent that he was Cambodian military and it was probably best I did not confront him directly, for both myself and the boy, not least because 5 minutes up the road was a large ...
... supper with everyone lots of laughs and recounting of stories over the past month. Going to be sad splitting and going in different direction but that’s the tough part of travelling. Go to Lotus and instigate a huge group photo, I love a group photo! Have a good dance and everyone gets pretty drunk including Pete whose amusingly bad advances I manage to politely decline. Knackered after a full on day, I leave the others partying hard.
6th Nov: Time ...
... our walk along the beach, we had a drink with them at their resort. Bill was from America and Sam was Korean and the two of them lived together in the capital, Seoul. They were good fun and we arranged to meet them later for dinner and drinks. We went back to the beach 'hut' and Justine shouted 'I'm a princess, get me out of here!' and with one swoop grabbed her bank card and booked us into plush towers down the road. 'Samed Villa' wasn't cheap by our travelling ...