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... de la famille nous à laissé un commentaire sur notre blog précédent en disant que nous sommes en vacance éternel :) Si seulement c'était vrai! La réalité au quotidien est différent car n'oubliez pas qu'on garde un programme stricte d'éducation et éducative (scolaire) à nos enfants. Comme récompense (à eux et nous aussi) après les efforts fournis on part en excursions dans les alentours.
Il faut savoir qu'il y à une différence entre être un ...
... because most of the long-tail boats arrives at this time and brings huge masses of tourists. Luckily there was almost nobody.
The cave is famous for its wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Since ancient times, Phra Nang (Princess) Cave has been where fishermen, before going out to sea, have made offerings to the symbolic Phallus of Shiva. The fishermen, who say the cave is the home of a mythical sea princess, believe their offerings will bring them success in ...
... for that to have started fortunately but there were also some nice looking seafood places situated along the bay.
Time to get lost in the streets again but we eventually get back to the hotel and get ready to eat. The crazy maze of lanes and alleyways looked totally different by night and it was time to get lost all over again ;), but the whole area isn't very big so eventually we find a likely looking place and order a seafood dinner. Sadly for us ...
... same, so we wen't back and she got hers. She didn't agree about the no pain, so I get to get her a painkiller ! :-) Anyway, now we're both happy about our small Ohm's. 31st We thought that today we would try another beach so we walked together with Lars and Sorn partly over the mountain and through the jungle. Absolutely beautiful ! On the way we found this resort called Viking, really well done and completely in forrest wood, wauww what a job. So we got to ...
... tight rope (I tried to pull out my gymnastic skills pah haha) and then all in the sea and then having using the bamboo dance floor as a towel, classy one Jess!! The view from the sea was stunning though, at night looking back at the mountain tops! Ton Si is a very popular rock climbing spot so lots of rocks to climb!! Plus it's so chilled out and the locals are generally stoned the whole time! The next day we were a little worse for ...