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... thai but essential that we had some home comfort food. Then we went to see the nearby Buddhist temple where the monks (dressed in orange cloth) were praying and chanting at the time. We walked through the local Buddhist village, between our hostel and the Buddhist temple, where we monks live. Here we found a jetty leading out over a pond (that we could see from our hostel balcony) and watched the thousands of fish thrashing about in the water ad the turtles ...
... a beach with this amazing view around us. Our tour group ended up at the same bar and a couple of my new Aussie friends convinced me to stand on top of a pole. I flat out refused at first but ended up being willing to give it a try one baby step at a time. Cliff jumping was way worse. I know it might look like I've lost it a little, but don't worry I still have limits. There will be nothing involving fire and no famous buckets. ...
... so take your camera! I wish I'd bought a water proof one! The Hot Springs we visited afterwards were amazing! I am so overwhelmed on how the water can be that high temperature! Only downside was it was jam packed with Chinese tourists so we didn't get the chance to get any nice photos or stay for very long.
Ko Phi Phi next, we have a few friends we've met meeting us there so we are all really looking forward to it!