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Some days the weather gods are not kind. This was one of them. I reluctantly got away from Dexter, MO at around 10:30 this morning. After spending the night at the home of new found friends, Mike and Lily, I pulled the Highlander out of the borrowed hangar and started out for Sedalia, MO (KDMO). I almost made it. It required climbing up to 4500 ft to get above the scattered layer and bobbing and weaving my way through showers and the ...
... few days were there, but much, much bigger.
Jelly fish were in the water with us again and stung me on my arms, I had no interest in continuing the abuse, so got back into the kayak and waited for Edd to be finished, which was soon after me.
We then paddled back towards Sanom beach and stopped off at a beach only accessible by sea. We pulled our kayaks onto land and I immediately went on the hunt for treasures – hopefully ...
... strong and the waves fluctuated too rapidly, one minute you were high above the reef, next minute you were inches away from it – this was an issue with the urchins and we didn’t want to tempt fate.
Getting back was a precarious business, but we managed it without misfortune. Cip was confused as to why we were back so soon – we’d only been out 15 minutes as apposed to our usual 1 – 2 hours. We explained ...
... lady: 'You have to walk on the pier to get to the boat'
Me & Edd: 'Westerners are not walking money bags. This is extortion.'
We paid and walked through. The 'all encompassing' tickets we'd bought in Koh Lanta, were not as encompassing as we'd been told they were. Clearly.
We watched as the Thai people refuelled their boat packed our bags in the flooring and on the front. We made sure we were near the front of the crowd so that when we were told we ...
... of hell with exploding baby diarrhea and impassable dried out riverbeds. But anyway.
Candace and I immediately did what any rational person with a plane ticket to Vietnam but no visa would do. We freaked out. Candace ran downstairs to her neighbor, who travels to Vietnam several times a year, in hopes of scoring some secret information about getting a visa on the sly. No dice. We called up her friends’ friend, who is Vietnamese, in hopes that her ...