The Haad Tien Beach Resort
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... caves and little hiding spots, another great dive.
The weather had been really nice, but on the way back we saw some could strating to form and even saw two tornadoes just a couple of km far away.
Back at the dive cafe, I immediately signed up for a night dive that evening.
Don't be fooled by the missing gravity in the water, diving is pretty exhausting, especially since I haven't done it in a while, so I wanted to ...
... relieved at recovering her bag with bridesmaids outfit and a bottle of Moët unbroken. We all left the pier happy to have our bags and took a short walk to blue diamond. As soon as we'd dumped our bags we all jumped straight into the pool for a cool down before filling our tummies and relaxing to watch the sun setting on the idilic beach.
As we tucked into our largest breakfast yet, Liz who was also in thailand for a wedding, arrived fresh from a night ...
... found it a lot more demanding than we had remembered... We paddled for 1 hour through the crystal blue water to a nearby snorkelling hotspot. This consisted of 3 tiny islands joined by a sand bank, the island as a whole was named Koh Nangyuan. We hired out snorkels and spent a good 3 hours observing the coral fish in the shallow water which was fascinating. Some of the fish were around half a metre long and were extremely tame, swimming almost into our faces. ...
... poles, an octopus made from concrete and a good few other objects that escape my memory. When we were returning to the surface, Dnga signed to me to pretend to have no air and do an emergency air share with Mairead. I was happy to do it and fully sure that Mairead had seen the signal she gave to me. So I swam up to Maidy, grabbed her regulator out of her mouth and used it to breath. Despite the clear sign I thought she had seen, Mairead had no ...
... to have it had a rather tall gentleman sat behind me meaning out of courtesy I couldn't put my seat back. This resulted in a not so comfy 8 hour bus ride!
We made it to the ferry in good time, located our bags and sat down and waited for the boat.
The journey lasted 90 minutes and then we arrived Koh Tao. Unable to check in to the hostel for another 3 hours we went to a cafe for pancakes and then wandered around ...