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... Thai guy gave an unintelligible but amusing speech for about 10 minutes while people look on confused. Also apparent that we would be going with about 3 other very full boats, and that the day would involve a lot of sitting around and 'fun' music. Mild panic attack about the noise and crowding conditions.
Site 1 - shark bay. Followed guide, who said to do so if we wanted to see sharks ('guaranteed shark viewing'. We went left and saw nothing but ...
... day and so the evening consisted of drinking water. I still had a good time but we left about 4.30am as both Sophie and I didn't feel good (baring in mind it goes on until 10am). The next day and night was relaxing as we couldn't do a lot because it rained so so much that we genuinely thought a hurricane was here. Overall Koh Phangan was amazing and the 5 nights went by unbelievably quickly!
... I am absolutely loving over here, you just meet so many lovely people, everyone is out to just have a great time! We went on a pub crawl together, and did a day trip snorkelling to 5 different bays and beaches which were beautiful, the water is so clear over here that the underwater visibility is amazing, you can see so much, and there really is so much to see!! This has easily been my favourite place so far of all my travelling, it's beautiful and we've done so much and been ...
... streets. The road is apparently a two way road, but by the time street vendors have arranged their pitch and the scooters abandoned by their owners languish down the street it is barely the width of a single track road, so don't think mere pedestrians are accounted for with the luxury of a pavement they instead have to take their chances quite literally playing with the traffic. No such thing as a quiet walk to the beach here, turn round at any given moment and ...
... beach at Chalok Bay to chat and have a few drinks.
Watching the island’s inhabitants, the whole essence of this is based around tourism. There really is nothing else here, and although they all make money during the dry season, I can’t help wonder how this place changes when the rains arrive in April. There is a slight illusion to it all and it is very easy to imagine setting up a life here surrounded by warm ...