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... guessed there were loads of bats – even more than the last cave. You looked up and saw patches of black all over the ceiling which were loads of bats huddled together. It was incredible but also smelly! We headed back afterwards.
The hike back to the jetty was quite difficult as it was steep downhill slopes but we all managed it without injury.
When we got back (after taking some lovely photos of the views) we had lunch then went for a swim ...
... couples. It had been a long day and everyone retired early. Marilyn and I broke open two of the cans of Chang we had brought which were just about drinkable if you added lots of ice. It was lovely however to sit out in front of our hut and stare out across the lake into the pitch darkness whilst listening the the gentle lapping of the water against the boards.
There were a lot of noises in the night which I found rather alarming. The huts all had two ...
... got one back from the guy i had breakfast with. He helped with my bag to the minibus. I said my goodbyes and read the note on the journey to the pier. I was so sad to leavr but the note was the sweetest thing ever. I felt so appreciated for just being me. I am so thankful to the group i met for providing me with the most special memories i've had on this trip so far. I have some new friends for life. I was now on my way to continue my journey to Khao Sok National ...
... having sex...yep. Too many more to mention but I'll post some photos here and on FB. Unfortunately were were too early in the season to see sharks and whale sharks but the variety of marine life there was incredible nonetheless. Suffice to say, Dave and I both really enjoyed our liveaboard experience and would thoroughly recommend it. It was a chunk out of the budget but enabled Dave to dive some of the best dive sites in Asia, I got to see some of the most beautiful places ...
... to wonder which if either of them was Gordon. On Tuesday night my reading was disturbed by a noise behind me. I turned round to see the larger of the two geckos (Gordon?) half way down the wall with his jaws gripping the neck of the other adult gecko. The other gecko was putting up a fight and the two of them fell with a thud to the floor of the verandah and then tipped onto the ground below where Gordon held onto his rival for about ten minutes until he was sure he was ...