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... it's just a bit less crowded here..if you're wondering. Had the whole beach to ourselves. Caught some morning sun then stopped at the beach shack for some pad Thai. Back on the scooter we found a little place on the side of the road overlooking the sea for a massage. Very nice indeed. I had an upper body massage, but think they just include everything else to..and b had the coconut oil massage. An hour later nice and relaxed we jumped back on the bike. We decided ...
... it quite hard to pay attention.
Later we had dinner, and went to the beach where we would meet Ida&Jayson. However this was not the 'real' Full moon party, there were still quite a bunch of people around. Some of the bars hired entertainers (later I would know that they are their every night, not only for the full moon), they had an awesome show with fire pois, and occasionally lighting up people's cigarettes with them. At the bars 'cocktail buckets' were ...
... that was a three minute walk to the beach. Awesome :) As the storm clouds gathered in the distance we dived into the blood-warm ocean and as we looked around, we noticed that all the Europeans began to pack up and run for shelter?? I was thinking...is there a shark?, something hideously repulsive about us? WTF?? - Nuh - just the approaching storm.
Well they missed out my friends.
Over the next 30 minutes, Jen and I had the entire beach to ...
... I had been in better states). The next night we were very sensible and just had a chilled night with some drinks and food... NATTT! It started as a quiet night and then quickly escalated in to a full blown night out where we got in after sunrise- I even attempted the fire limbo (sorry mum). Koh Phangan was awesome but I feel like a slightly broken woman now... I need to get to koh Tao and just sleep and ...
... br> Diving has always been something on my bucket list along with skydiving and bungee jumping. I figured like everything else, If Im gonna do something, go all out. So why not on a small Island of the coast of Thailand. After settling in I went to class number 1. The first day and a half is book and safety work, the second is pool skills, and the last 2 days are a series of 5 dives testing you on all you need to know to survive underwater. The tests can be ...