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Travel Blogs from Ko Phangan
Today was all change. None of this lying on the same sunbeds on the beach all day. We moved 2 sunbeds to the right. Still staring up at the same palm tree, but from a slightly different angle. Again the day was mostly taken up by reading and swimming, but not at thew same time, that would be silly.
We had dinner at 'Rastababy', a ragaee themed thai chillout bar up in a treehouse.
Craig spent most of today in the airconditioned room reading 'Skellig' and Micheal Macintire's autobiography. He had spent too much time in the sun and was beginning to overheat, and sensibly took a day off to recoup.
Kate on the other hand, spent the day on the beach, swimming and reading in peace.
Another relaxing day in paradise.
Today was a very lazy day, soaking up the sun and enjoying splashing in the ocean. Actually Kate had to avoid the sun on several body parts, and spent the day under the shade of the palm trees. Our only activity was a relatively long swim, which was great until we both cut our feet and knees open on very sharp underwater rocks. We had lunch in a …
Kate hereby formally and publicly retracts all jokes about Craig's sunburn, having spent a final morning on Chaweng beach and burnt her tummy and legs. This made the boat journey over to Phangan a little uncomfortable, but the pretty views and glistening waters made it just about ok. Getting to the next island north was the easy bit, getting over …
... way takes all day on the so called 'express ferry', the rain caught up with us or at least the clouds and drizzle did. Our first few dives the visibility sucked but it was good experience and we had a great time. Sofia and the crew kept us entertained and the Denim sea sick pills kept our lunch down.
On our way to check in at the dive shop we ran across, wonder of wonder, Ko Tao Crossfit. They were closed but ...