Central Cottage Resort
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... beach which was full of cool bars and restaurants. Many of the bars had fire shows or music. It was a paradise.
Phillipe and Jessica discovered some cool party places including a world famous electronic music festival that people from all over the world came to see. Phil also met up with his friend Maria who came down from Laos. She is teaching English there.
I could of stayed on Koh Tao for a month, but I had to leave to ...
We were all hungover a little this morning, I wasn't too bad considering how drunk I was and not remembering much! We lost Ross, he had gone outside to get some fresh air and wasn't anywhere to be found when we went to look for him. He had the key as well so we couldn't get in the safe for our things either. Finally spotted him after about 20 minutes of searching a small resort and he was chilling on a hammock; we all ordered cool breakfasts which were ...
... us if we are being honest. Oh well we are just trying to think of the nice things to look forward to. The island we are on is called Koh Toa, its located south east of the country. It's a short boat ride from the more popular and well known islands of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. To get to Koh Tao we took an overnight train from Bangkok, which I must say was the worst train ride of the whole trip as we both didn't get a wink of sleep. The train dropped us off at 4.30am in a town ...
... br> So day 1, obviously when you've just been through all this drama the best thing to do is get drunk. We went to a club called castle, it was a really cool set up and we got talking to lots of people and generally had a great time, I can't remember a lot but I do know it was fun and I didn't cry - that's always a great sign.
Then came day two's hangover. I felt horrific, probably because I hadn't eaten before drinking all those buckets, always a bad move. ...
... on a photographer for that dive and most of the pictures were of him 2m below the surface crying into he mask (not literally!) When we finally got there we checked our dive computers (I now want one) and saw the difference in colour at depth. The reds all disappear! Here we saw a massive grouper fish and a moray eel and yet more trigger fish. We then went on to green rock which was a cool dive. After wasting ...