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great decent priced bungalows, great food, good beach
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Leaving Ko Mak on an 8am speedboat, I have no idea why the travel info sold us this time, because our onward minibus wasn't until 11.30am, and the speedboat ride was 45 mins to the mainland. Almost certainly, the swine was on the make, do not be fooled by the smiles - they are as dishonest as anywhere else.
After killing time at Laem Ngob …
... from Bangkok. It is about 3 hours by bus.
If you have a long weekend or just a weekend but prefer staying in quiet areas, maybe Koh Samet would be your perfect choice. Remember! You need to find the beach where has less people if you are looking for private and quiet beach.
My choice is Sang Thien Beach and I always stay at Sang Thien Beach Resort. The people there ...
... ahead. Relieved to have made it over the pier I was then faced with a plank. Yes a plank. This was the only access to the boat (little did I know that 7 days later I would be faced with an even bigger boat related challenge). Feeling unbalanced by my backpack I slowly stepped onto the plank aiming for the boat and trying not to look down. Luckily Elliot was already on the boat and along with the Thai man working at the pier helped me onto the boat.
... constellations than you can find in Ohio, which I found was quite fun. Reminds me of my brief Science Olympiad days.
Today, we woke up and a had a nice breakfast at the same first restaurant I talked about. Like I said, the restaurant was by the beach, the tables and chairs were placed on sand. This morning we all had a good laugh because when Tommi sat down, his chair was a little unstable in the sand and he sunk and fell backwards! I joked that I don't think ...
... further in my travels, and this is a big part of what I write about, almost exclusively, to myself.
OK. So, when I last left you, two months ago, I had started a stay in a simple bungalow on an island. And 9 months ago, before I had left Seattle, I’d had the most fulfilling and stressful year of my life. It a summer of growth and new ideas, non-stop experiences mental and physical, and delightfully overwhelming. So, the first goal of traveling had been to fly through Japan ...