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... weeks left on our visas and to catch the fever would mean to be sick for at least one week.
So we went back and to the Clayzy House and explained our situation to this guys. The situation was quiet special because the boss was not around for three weeks and the place was running just by volunteers. But they understood our situation and the place was not busy at this time of the season. So they could let us go with out being in troubles.
... and welcomes dog walkers and cat cuddlers alike. There's a free tour and no pressure for a donation. The vets are volunteers and the standard of care is excellent. We grabbed Sandwich and Denver and their seven legs and went for an excited swim. Emma and Denver were excited, Sandwich quickly sat, refused to move with a look of 'i'm disabled you know'. we returned them knackered and happy. They're short of walkers meaning not every rescue gets one a day so we promised to ...
We booked a boat over to Ko Phi Phi, a tiny island off the western coast of the Thai peninsula. Although most well known for its party scene, we liked it best for its relaxed feel, as there were no motorized vehicles other than boats (similar to Gili Air). We relaxed on the
beaches the first day and, Emily still being jet-lagged, had an early night.
We booked a day-trip the next day that took us around Phi Phi and surrounding islands to snorkel and ...
... The next morning we had to be up for 7am. The bus left at 7.30am for Langkawi. We booked through the hostel costing us 1200 Baht each.
Our Thailand adventure ends here and what a 2 months it has been. We have really enjoyed our time here and given it a good go at exploring most places worth seeing. Our next country and last month takes us into Malaysia.
Next Stop: Langkawi
Nathan & India x
... was so lush! We found a spot to sunbathe, near a tree for shade, but the shade left us pretty quickly. After a couple of hours, we went and got some food, and learnt how expensive Railay was (not by English standards but certainly by Thai standards)! Alex had a pancake and fruit shake, and I had a chicken wrap and fruit shake, it was really tasty. We then went back to the beach and tried for some more shade but the sun was moving so ...