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... good western food for a while so I choose the Mountain Beef Burger and Paul had chicken with mushroom sauce- it was delicious as always!!!
After dinner we gathered all the staff together to give them the small gifts that we had bought for them- it wasn’t much but everyone was so grateful. Pom pulled me to the side and told me that Ched wasn’t able to come up as he was a bit upset that we were leaving then she started crying herself ...
... that in future it should be called after her, Sirivannavari Island. That will give all the dive shops and tour agents something to do during the quiet summer months as they’ll have to repaint all their signs offering trips to this very popular island!
Then I took up my customary position on a sunbed at Sunbeach Beach Bar. I had plenty of choice as there were very few other people there. Shade is difficult to come by now that the sun rises high in ...
... sunset from Tawan Bar and then went back to use the wifi and chat at our accommodation. The manager, Karen, is lovely and a bit mad like us so we got on really well. Mike developed a running joke where he would hide her wine glass as soon as she poured it and she found it hilarious. She has a terrible yappy small dog that goes for anyone who goes near her but that Karen adores! Her two volunteers, Basi and Mila, were also lovely and we had a great time with them. Basi lent ...
As soon as we were finished I walked down to the beach for a spot of lunch at Green Beach Cafe before settling down under the trees to read. I had a very pleasant afternoon although there was no sign of Phil.
We did meet later however to get a taxi over to Bang Niang for a last dinner on the seafront at Chong Fah Restaurant. We were fortunate enough to be given a table on the water's edge and tonight the tide was quite low and so there was ...
... will have captured the beauty of the Similan Islands' marine life. I'll have to go through my many videos once I'm home and should have a beautiful montage for anyone who's interested.
In between the dives, we stopped at islands with gorgeous beach to relax a bit before the next dive.
I came back to the mainland and reunited with Phil and a dude looking like Abraham Lincoln! Max had shaved his mustache to avoid water leaking into his mask. I had to catch up with ...