Pariya Resort & Villas Koh Pha Ngan
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... we didn't give Bangkok a fair shake, but we really weren't impressed. It was smelly and dirty and loud. Sorry to all of you who love this city, but the Turners will not be spending any more time in Bangkok, with the exception of flying into it from Krabi and flying out of there to Tanzania on the 14th.
Our train this time was nowhere near as nice as the night before, but it was clean. The two trains had upper and lower berths and ...
... Som, but have yet to get into that. Rest assured it won't go to waste.
As I type this right now, Amy just popped in having went down the road for some beach stuff. She bought 2 beach mats and a sarong for peanuts and was happy about the deals. She is heading down the beach with a book and I'll meet her and Mr Chang in an hour.
I'm heading to the buddha view dive shop to see about taking an equipment ...
I originally thought that growing a beard whilst travelling would be simple and that I could avoid the laborious task of shaving every few days, but how wrong could I be...
Coming up to 6 weeks growth and being told I look homeless or like someone from the Middle East (to put it politely). I have learnt that there is great responsibility with owning a beard and things that the baby ...
We had heard so much about these infamous koh phagnan's full moon parties. They happen once a month on the full moon and people come from all over to partake in the party. Originally our plan was to avoid the madness by staying on koh samui, but we found a convenient way to get to the party which would have left us foolish for not going. For 1000B (~35$), a shuttle would pick us up at the hotel and take us to the pier at the time we chose, and we got a two way ticket ...
... venturing out for a 2.5 hour swim/float to say goodbye to Thai beaches as the sun was going down. Watching the boats chug past, the clouds come in, the wind pick up while classical music played and coconuts fell near beach goers. Sarah watched TV. Found Buddha view today, and ate all remaining meals here. GREAT DEAL, with a smile!
Early to bed as travelling tomorrow, but Luke can't sleep due to late night diving youtube research and a late Nescafe as T-Pod fuel.