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... leader to look after us, Bongo, as well as a very efficient crew of 5: Laray (captain of our boat), Bablu (cook from Bengladesh), Assad (waiter), Ahmed (roomboy) & Mo (captain of the 2 boats). Although they each had their responsibilities, they all worked together when it was time to set anchor, drive the dingy to snorkelling spots, check the currents, fish, etc.
A typical day would start with wake-up around 6.45 (without alarm clocks, due to ...
... says, "here it is" in Maldivian. (I think that's what he said because the other two came over to help him.) And I said, "please don't kill it!" And they said, "no, no" - the next thing I hear under the bed is the morbid sound of aerosol spray... And then the 3 men left the room with something inside a paper towel... In my mind, they used all natural stunning spray to paralyze the spider until they could set it free in the woods... Ok - so then I had to ...
... to the Fuddan restaurant to reflect and eat some good old fashion grilled food!
We head back to Bangkok tonight around 8:45 pm so I will maybe have a new blog after that as we are considering getting a Sak Yant tattoo from the Buddhist temple at either Talat Phlu or Wat Bang Phra....but not set up yet....until then.
Good day to you all!
Lee & Khai.
... longer, not doing much during the day. This was the intention - to finally rela as we have had an extremely busy 12 months, although the consequence is that we feel like we are eating more and more because of the fabulous food, they will need to roll us out of here before too long! We have also tried the Indonesian Village Porridge, which is rice with chicken, soy, egg and a few veg, we have never had so much tea in our lives, about 3 cups just with breakfast.
... the water things slow down a bit as we get about mostly by an old fishing boat! So a 90 minute boat trip puts my new sea legs to the test. They pass...this is really rather good news as we'll be on this boast a lot for the next five days.
We are on the way to a private, paradise island for sunbathing and lunch. We see dolphins en route and also stop for a bit of snorkelling. WOW! Even with a lot of dead coral from the tsunami of 2004 it is ...