The Red House
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... the pontoon who passed over our calypsos in a long handled net. We jumped in a taxi which cost us 600baht and checked into our bungalow at Silver Beach. The accomodation itself was very simple but our terrace looked out over beautiful gardens with birds and butterflies flying around and beautiful Asian flowers. We found out that the beautiful birds were eating the beautiful butterflies, as Z and I gazed happily at a graceful butterfly flittering from flower ...
... front of the scooter was my big bag between the legs of the driver, me on the back with my small bag. We headed towards Haad Riin and after leaving the town we were in, suddenly the driver yells back "are you ready?" What? I yell back "ready for what?" Suddenly the engine starts revving and we head up the steepest hill. I have no clue how we made it up because near the top we were going about 2 km's per hour, but we made it.
Annette was leading ...
... for everyone. On the first beach we stopped at, which was really beautiful swimming, we saw some very luxurious holiday homes complete with horizon pool overlooking the beach - maybe next time! Next we had lunch in a beachfront cafe before heading to a waterfall and then to the south east of the island which is really crowded with sun bakers of all shapes, sizes and ages. Found a crazy little cafe built into some rocks with very ...
... in a mini
Moroccan type tent with flickering candlelight followed by the most divine
curry. Thai green curry became my staple - I've always loved it. I tried to be
exotic with my food choices but just couldn't beat it! On most days Andrew got
us up at the crack of dawn to join in his exercise regime (he's in great nick).
We checked out the surprisingly new and unsurprisingly kitch Buddhist temples
around the island, fell into a deep sleep on the warm, busy ...
... Copacobana which seemed to have great seafood on their menu, which was also on the menu of our taste buds. The setting was great, the service good, the food was good (calamari and french fries for me, barracuda with a lovely sauce for Adri). We finished that off with a cocktail bought from a street vendor. We sat ourselves down with our Mojitos in hand at the little stage at the Bophut pier, just reminiscing about the month just gone ...