Ao Cho Grandview Hideaway Resort
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... they look joined up by a sand bar but as you get nearer you can see this is not actually the case.
Nothing at all on these islands - just peace and quiet. Perfect - if it wasn't for the Chinese screeching and shouting. Oh well!
This was our last stop and as thunder clouds gathered we sped off back to Kho Samet.
Despite the lak of friendliness of the people on the boat, I had had a really lovely day :-)
... boat. Everyone started evacuating and Mr Chow got really stressed 'WHAT ARE YOU DOING ITS ONLY A BIT OF SMOKE , NOT LIKE IT'S A TSUNAMI!' and he was huffing and puffing at them! The boat was so unbalanced coz no one would sit at the front so it was all over the place. I considered putting a life jacket on my backpack. The fumes were actually unbearable in the end - we had to go outside and sit in the luggage rack just to try and get some fresh air.
... lots of little villages and fields.
So, 8 3/4hr flight to Sydney which I amazingly slept quite a bit and then a bit of a wait in Sydney and eventually I got in to Adelaide about 2PM Friday - nearly 24 hours from Rayong to Adelaide!
This was a pretty short trip and obviously being a work trip, I didn't get to sightsee much, but I really did enjoy my trip and would love to go back and spend more time there. Oh well, there is another destination to plan for.....
... off an inch and a half. Melissa Anne if you are reading this I totally did the upside down trick and it worked!! Thanks :). This of course drew some attention to us and people of course stopped and starred.
Carolyn and myself had a couple of depressing days where we felt ourselves crashing. We are growing more frustrated with the language barrier and find ourselves struggling to do things because of it. The amount of charades I do is unbelievable; I act like a chicken in ...
... book up an Open Water PADI course, on arrival it was fairly obvious that diving was not number one pass time on this side of the island; the shop was a two roomed hut set well off the beach run by a lone dive instructor and his mad poodle, but it would do.
Whilst Sam spent her days learning diving theory and getting in the water I chilled out on the beach. On her final day of open water dives I joined her ...