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Nice location and a good place to stay
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... is one (if not the only) highlight of visiting this pretty island, which would be miles prettier if it weren't under constant construction.
Starlight Bungalows is pleasant, private and the huge double beds are a 'Welcome home honey' for your back after a night of boogieing until midday. There were seven in our travelling clan so we opted for two private bungalows; our own private sanctuaries until the giant gecko ...
... a little while. We didn't really have any plans today whatsoever so it was a bit of a chiller lazy day doing not too much at all. Around 1 we headed back towards the hotel to try get some lunch, there's a lady who sells chick and vegetable skewers by the corner shop so I thought I'd get one of those because they looked so nice but unfortunately it was closed today :( I decided to walk up to my pad thai man and get another of his pad Thais, they are really good, got there and he ...
... t have room for four people, so we ended up spending a bit more and getting a hut on the beach! It's in a perfect location ie a 10 minute from the full moon party, but far enough away that we can't hear any of it! The full moon party was as big as expected! We ended up meeting up with Sian's friends from Nottingham for predrinks. We finally met the three people who had been at the same hostel as us in koh samui, the same bus and ferry as us over to koh phangan, ...
... it was time to get westernised and go for all you can eat pizza for 199 baht followed by a night out at Lotus Bar. Monday morning and it was time for my advanced scuba diving course! I had an amazing instructor who not only is fun and a great teacher, but is one of those people who is a completely free spirit who emits positivity and happiness, which is so inspiring and uplifting. I did my first deep dive to 30 metres and well as a ship wreck dive of a WW2 vessel which ...
... dive you have to equalise the pressure in your ears as you go deeper underwater. You do this my swallowing, holding your nose and try to blow out or something like that. Some people hardly have to do it and can do it no problem. But little miss troublesome over here - it took me ages every single dive. And you have to make sure you do it otherwise it's just too painful to dive. ...