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Around 3 we got of the ferry at Koh Chang and got a taxi van to our hotel Bailan Hut Resort. Pretty basic but anyway we wouldn't stay there for to long. Got ourselves a motor bike for a day do we could get around and look for a better deal. We drove to Nature Beach Resort our favorite place, perfect of course and so cool to be back ! We had a drink, phoned Maria and Claudio to arrange dinner tonight and watched the perfect sunset. We than went back to change and met M&C in the ...
... look at!! Probably the last ones though I promise!! The reclining Buddha (the Buddha for Tuesday) is across the road from the palace and is, quite frankly, mammoth. He's housed in a temple and must measure 50m long by about 10m high. Very gold and his feet are also huge! He is quite a sight as you can see from the pictures. So now we are on the way to have some beach time before coming home. We'll head back to Bangkok for a couple of nights before our flight home on Friday night. See you all soon ...
Last night I sat amongst a tree and around the log fire drinking and smoking with the thai family, 'Fagan' and a few others. At about midnight I crawled into my tent feeling pretty good, and then the rain came! My favourite roofless toilet lost it's appeal a little bit last night!
The weather's gone wrong. It's cloudy and wet. I travelled from North Thailand to the Gulf for ...
... van. The Thai people really have a thing about space, if they see space in a vehicle they will fill it with either a person or some luggage (see photos), they must be really good at Tetris! The ferry leaving Koh Kood for the mainland only departs once a day, it was therefore heaving with departing tourists and plenty of locals; once back on dry land we headed into Trat to catch the bus back to Bangkok. We're currently writing this on the bus watching the film ...
... deck hands to be transported across the cove to the scuba boat. Scuba diving is an art of controlled breathing. This is difficult to master. Deep breaths cause your body to rise surface-ward, while exhaling will allow you to sink. The key is short controlled consistent breathing. This is not easy. Within about 5 minutes of my first of two dives we were shown a sea anemone with its resting clown fish swimming in its poisonous ...