Dusit Buncha Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It is recommended by most diving instructors as it can significantly help with controlling your buoyancy underwater. They had to control their buoyancy around an obstacle course under the water, including swimming through hoops, tunnels, and having to touch their mouth regulator on the tip of a knife! It was the handle of the knife...not the blade! For dinner we all went out as a group again, to a restaurant known for its spice, called 'Ying and Yang'. As it was Mother's Day at ...
... usual fish we saw eels, huge schools of barracuda, enormous grouper fish and a few funky blue spotted stingrays! The last dive was to see a sunken American WW2 ship, unfortunately the visibility was poor on this dive, but it was still amazing to swim around it and look into the windows etc. meanwhile, Sarah went to visit a neighbouring island that day. We've both loved it here so much, I've especially loved the diving! Next up is more islands hopping! Koh Phi Phi and Koh ...
Went on another boat tour today, which took us to 4 of the nearby islands which aren't habitable, but which have the most amazing beaches. The highlight of the day was probably when we had to swim through a very dark, narrow cave, which eventually opened up to reveal a beautiful private, sheltered cove, which was apparently once used by pirates to hide ...
... We had lunch, then Helin and Hattie got manicures and I got a pedicure. Helin got a sky blue colour that as it dried turned to lilac and then purple, it was very odd. We went back for a final pool session in the afternoon, and had dinner at the restaurant again, Hattie and I had the massaman curry for the second time, it was so good. We went back the reggae bar, it was shut but the opened it back up for us. Day 8 - Another long travel day back to Bangkok, it took about 12 hours on ...
... went and checked what food there was but in the end I didn't think eating would be a great idea - the Gulf of Thailand is well known for having very rough seas and travelling even on the high speed catamaran can cause major seasickness. I grabbed a nice cold water instead and lined up ready to board. After going through the boarding process I walked down the long wharf down to where the catamaran was waiting. When you boarded your bags were placed in different areas based ...