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... village temple had been decked out in glittery Christmas decorations. Kids were running around with balloons and a giant kitchen with huge pots of bubbling rice, veggies and chilli was set up in the corner. Food wasn't being dished out until 9pm though so we went back to Shwappans for some more delicious white snapper, yum yum.
The next day we went to The Elephant Beach which involved a 30 minute walk through the dense, humid mangrove forest. It was extremely ...
... surface above us.
We were both knackered after the stress of the first dives. My feet and knees were doing really well though, I had had no pain at all on the dives, probably something to do with the weightlessness of being underwater, and they even felt better for a few hours after the dive too. We went for a beer that evening and had an early night.
Next day we got up at 6.30am again and were on the boat kitting up ready to do a reverse entry into the ...
Next day before our ferry we got a rickshaw into town for a last bit of shopping. Along with toiletries and industrial amounts of mosquito repellent, we got two sets of masks and snorkels, and two sets of fins. £40 for the lot and they seem pretty good quality.
After dropping Kate at the jetty, I went to the cash point, at which point Kate read on the ticket you had to check in for the ferry an hour before departure. With twenty minutes to go I ...
... 8216;must do next time’ list. Havelock has very extravagantly named villages and beaches such as Village/Beach #1, #2, #3 and so on. We chose to stay on the larger beach #5. This beach with its’ tranquil water and snow-white sand rates among one of, if not the nicest beach on which I have yet to leave my footprints. Or so I believed. We had read that Beach #7 was rated as ‘Asia’s number 1 beach’ but come on how ...
... of sea cucumbers and a couple of lobsters. First time snorkling was a bit wierd being under the water, but we got used to it after a while.
At our hotel all of the houses are made out of of bamboo and wood with the odd light and fan. there aren't any windows and my dad is now an expert underwater diver.
All the towns ...