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... another marine electrical company as a backup in case these guys could not figure it out and made plans for the ‘team’ to board the boat at anchor in Chalong on our way around the island.
Some other minor projects and provisioning and we departed the marina on 5 Feb. We got away late so decided not to head up into Phang Nga Bay due to low tides, strong currents and a probably night anchoring scenario. So we sailed out in good winds putting our training to the test ...
... be multiplying and growing even quicker."
"You obviously have the required skills to cultivate the Thai juniper berry as this exponential growth reflects this. Well done.", complimented the doctor.
"Thanks Doc, but it is getting out of hand, I need some assistance.", pleaded Battery Boy.
"I know just the people to help you. They have the skills to handle such delicate items and some of them have travelled from all over the world to be at the convention ...
... as their meal dishes from their home land. An exhibition shows the patterns, characteristics and source of dress and costumes for Phuket Baba people.
More can be read at htth//www.thaihuamuseum.com
I46 Old Town
A friendly man in a coffee shop just around the corner from the museum invited us to sit down and take some refreshments. It was Mr. Nong, the owner of the I46 Old Town shop. He introduced us ...
... boys were measured up for their 'skux' new suits and shirts.
This evening we had dinner at a beach front restaurant followed by a round of mini golf at Dino Park. This is a prehistoric themed course; complete with caves, dinosaurs, and an erupting volcano.
Just a short blog today really as was pretty cruisy day. More photos to follow once I get a hold of them from the ...
... look back at the entrance just as you're far enough in for the light to be getting dim. As the light from outside filters through the waters of the Andaman Sea and bounces off of the cave walls the water glows a brilliant emerald colour. The whole experience was amazing and the cove hidden away in the limestone cliffs ticks every box of my definition of 'paradise'. I didn't take any pictures because it was too much of a hassle to organize getting ahold of a waterproof bag, but I ...