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Not a lot to report as we just went about relaxing in the normal way!
monday night we ate at the Dolce Bita which w lovely and just a short walk along the beach.
otherise, swimming, snorkelling and reading, eating and drinking, were the order of each day
... 8000 degrees, and tempers were beginning to rise even more in the car. I find it incredible that we often expect map readers to figure out which way to go when they don't know where they are to start with!
Happily, after a few wrong turns, we made our way to the Havana Beach Resort, which is located on Ao Thong Nai Pan Noi, and it was everything we wanted. David and Karin had left us a note, saying they had booked a table for us on the beach ...
... meters back to the hotel and went immediately to sleep. The next morning, my left foot had doubled in size! It was really hurting and I couldn't rotate my ankle. We wanted to leave the stupid hotel, so we decided to go to Ko Tao. Everybody felt bad for me while I was limping with my backpacks, and a nice lady in a 7/11 gave me ice for my foot.
After the full moon, our batteries were empty. We felt the toll of all the travelling we've done. I intended to dive in Koh Tao, ...
... the colours were intensified by the bright sun that today was not hiding behind the clouds but lit up the waters of the bay.
We had bus at 12 so, we snorkeled back in time to get to town. Today was a good day to try to get across the channel in a kayak. But not before I filled up my energy level with a great tasting Red Chilli Burger from Bang Burgers.
Once we had our Kayaks (rented out for 200 Baht from one of the many stalls on Sairee beach) we set out. ...
... re now into rainy season here and have had our fair share of tropical tempests, but most days there are 'tan-topping' opportunities. And it's humid, suffocatingly so (which makes cardio training interesting). Most notably though, the nights are drawing in. Whilst we're in the tropics we are still north of the equator, so like the UK it's started getting dark earlier. I can't help getting nostalgic about Halloween, Guy Fawkes Night and the prospect of ...