Dusit Buncha Resort
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... the place as well and were hiding in the doors and windows or around one of the two cannons that were still on the boat.
For our second dive we went back to White rock.
It was the last dive for a while, I knew, so I said goodbye to all the good guys at La Bombona and went back to the hostel, just to arrive before the big rain started again. I wanted to meet up with AT for ...
... writing our details in the guest book, and leaving out bags there they didn't think we were coming back. They then offered us a room for 350 baht, out of principal we declined and moved onto the next.
Eventually we found O'Chai beach bungalows- for 400 baht we had our own beach front bungalow, it was perfect! Kaddie was exhausted from the journey and so decided to stay in the room all afternoon and fake tan, I went to the beach.
The beach was paradise, I have never ...
... town and a larger beach. The sand was SO white, sea SO blue, and so warm! Like bath temperature. crazy.
I also took a wander in the opposite direction to Janson and Sai Nuan Beach. They are paradise. Really small, and barely anyone there. The water was deeper too so you could swim, and the big bright and colorful parrot and rainbow fish came right to the shore! So did some other little ones and they kept taking a nibble on me. Cheeky.
On one of the ...
... our towels, getting soaked, which oddly lifted our spirits as we laughed our way along the road.
I am sure that there are areas of Koh Samui that are beautful, I think we just stayed in the wrong place. For anyone thinking of going there, if you want quiet, secluded, beautiful beaches, don't go to Chaweng!
We left Koh Samui behind and headed to Koh Tao, where, thankfully, we found the paradise we ...
On the first dive, my Deep Dive, I descended more than 78 ft (24m) underwater. The warm, tropical ocean got cool and dark--something I hadn't really experienced on previous dives, where I wasn't certified to go below 18m (60ft).
The second required dive was Navigation, which basically meant using a compass underwater to navigate. I don't have much to report back for this dive, except that our dive instructor was "attacked" by a trigger fish--a ...