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We drove fairly slowly, thankfully, especially when we got to the speed bumps, that could have seen luggage or passengers ejected if we had been going faster!
At the dock we jumped out and grabbed our bags. We had been advised that the ferry went at 11:00, when we got there however it had changed to 11:30. But this was on Thai time, so we didn't depart until about twelve!
The rain was still coming down, which meant ...
... watching the rain come down around us.
The next morning although overcast it seemed possible to venture outside and explore some of the southern tip of Ko Lanta. We found ourselves a driver (such a sweet guy!) who drove us up to Old Town. He agreed to collect us in 2 hours which would give us enough time to grab some lunch and shop around.
We sat on the pier in one of the restaurants and tried to force down way ...
... dusty! Having arrived safely we sat in our under-chalet seating sector, and cracked open the Hong Thong with great anticipation and excitement... It tastes like petrol. In fact, I'm pretty sure I've seen it being used as petrol in someone's scooter today - I will investigate this tomorrow. Anyway, when mixed with coke it's not bad so we had a drink and a chat and retired to the bug-free haven that is our netted bed, from which I am now writing this very blog! ...
... It has a more rugged/wild feel to it with long yellow sandy and rocky beaches and a stunning national park at the very south of the island. There aren’t any tourist here, only travelers, which gives us a feeling of being the first people to explore the place.
We enroll for a further four ...
... by the decent sized waves. We made it! Although the tide was high and the bay was not as calm as we remember it, there are way less tourists than during high season so it made the perilous swim more than worth it!
That night we head to the main backpacker beach and watch that fire poi show. The ...