Central Cottage Resort
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... and plenty of poolside lounging space. We spent the afternoon touring the beach and city. You could easily traverse Ko Tao in one day on foot, but Ko Phangan is a bit bigger, so we stuck to the southern end of the island for the day. Lots of bars have US programs on big screens, so we enjoyed some Family Guy and Lone Ranger with our lunch and beers. We even trekked up to the top of Mellow Mountain, also known as "Mushroom Mountain" for reasons that were never made clear to me. I ...
... and I both caught a cold, but Amy got her butt kicked by it, sh'e feeling better as of the 15th.
It rained for most of the days after we arrived. Sunk some boats and it was neat watching them get them back out.
We arranged a 6AM boat to the mainland which stopped in Koh Phangnan and Koh Samui.
Then we went out drinking..........
yeah, exacly, bad idea.
... Ao Leuk.Lovely coral and deep blue sea and similar in vibe to the Tanote Bay. However, literally close to 100 people were there and fishes were scared and Luke started to get a sinking feeling about the day. Still a couple of decent, big fish spotted further out, included the largest and most colorful of the tour.
Site three - Hin Wong Bay. Three attempts to park, yet the multitude of snorkers meant that even our driver gave up and whizzed acrpss the bay. ...
... which really creaped us out! Haha. We spent another day snorkelling and swimming in the sea and pool. A lot of people come here for scuba diving and I thought I would want to too, but seeing people practise in our pool has really put me off. There are so many technical things to learn and I think I would probably freak out in the deep sea! I was really happy just snorkelling anyway and glad I didn't have to worry about sharks!! I managed to block my ...
... to have it had a rather tall gentleman sat behind me meaning out of courtesy I couldn't put my seat back. This resulted in a not so comfy 8 hour bus ride!
We made it to the ferry in good time, located our bags and sat down and waited for the boat.
The journey lasted 90 minutes and then we arrived Koh Tao. Unable to check in to the hostel for another 3 hours we went to a cafe for pancakes and then wandered around ...