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An early start knowing that we had 165km to ride. Pop drove us to the finishing point from the last day and we set off at a good pace. We stopped for coffee at a great little place that opened up for us. Amazing espresso - the beauty of Thailand is that it always surprises you!
The hills weren't actually that bad and we made good progress at a good pace. Lunch was at a petrol station and we just kept going reaching Bangsak Village at about 4.30. Long day ...
... a hand made flower from palms leaves. He stopped the canoe and told Ruby to pose on a tree in the middle of the island. We canoed for about half an hour then back on the speed boat for another half an hour. We were very thankful we paid a little bit extra to do the tour on a speedboat because the other option was a huge passenger boat that we were just speeding past.
We weren’t allowed off the boat at the next island. ...
... up to the Big Budda that was on the top of a mountain. Half way up we stopped for lunch at a restaurant with beautiful views back over the coastal strip, ocean and nearby islands.
When we did get up to the Big Budda, Shannen & Ruby were made to put a sarong on to cover their legs. The Big Budda is covered in white marble tiles and has taken years to build and the underneath is still not complete. Dear was a Buddist ...
... Back down the mountain it was to level one where we were given morning tee. It was 1PM so it was kind of afternoon tee but they still hadn’t given us lunch. They gave us a milo in a bamboo cup! They were heating the wter over a fire in the the corner and we didn’t get any milk but Ruby thought it was the best milo ever! (sorry Pop). I had water.
After morning tee, it was tubing time! They were big tire tubes roped up so there ...
... anyone could progress to the next card. The children had to do it one at a time and Marilyn or I went with each child to make sure they read and understood the directions. It worked surprisingly well. Those children queuing up to take their turn were as good as gold and those that had completed the course sat down quietly and waited for the others to finish.
Lunch was a tasty pad thai which came wrapped in a banana leaf. The two English ...