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Finally we have made it to the islands and wow, it was very eventful to get here! We decided to get the night bus from Hua Hin to the ferry port which after being two hours late the bus finally arrived and for the next six hours throughout the night (where we thought we would be able to get off to sleep) was a bumpy journey to the ferry port. Once …
... note to self do not wear flip flops on slippery pier). The boat was modern and strangely all luggage was thrown right at the front of the boat so that all emergency exits were properly blocked. The boat was very fast but made a roller coaster motion the whole journey which was both enjoyable and a bit strange. Harriet slept most of the journey luckily (1.5hrs). Before we arrived in ko Tao we stopped at a local island to pick up literally about 200 Chinese ...
... another underwater world, and with all our skills completed we got to focussing our dive. Three more Titan Trigger Fish made themselves known, a rarity, also Long Tail Bannerfish, Baracuda, Angel Fish, and a tiny little love nest containing a shrimp and fish who do each other favours. Plus so many others. It was truly sublime. I spotted a wrist band from the last Haad Rin full moon on the floor and figured I'd keep it as a memento of the amazing dive... how little did ...
... Tai to the beach at Hard Rin. We ended up on the back of the pick up truck with twice as many people as there should've been and Sexy Max and myself hanging off the back. Those Thai drivers don't really hold back when it comes to corners! So by 1am we made it, bought our first £3 bucket of vodka and headed off through the bustling streets towards the mayhem. Finally we found the beach and to say we were stunned would be an understatement. It just went on and ...
Forgot to mention that me and Joe finally became real backpackers in Koh Panghan as we had to book an extra night in order to get the ferry the next day so, we had heard about these bungalows which were £5 a night with a fan (we didn't spare any expense) Well it was a sleepless night as we were up at 5am for a transfer and the farm yard animals that were living underneath our stilted ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsia Bungalows Ko Phangan
Asia Divers was our third hotel/bungalow stay in Koh Tao, although our room was basic it was far the best we stayed in during our time on this island.
The hotel was situated in probably the livest part of Koh Tao and we were pleased about that as the past 5 days we were far away from the main roads and although it was beautiful but it was now nice to people watch, walk around shops, walk to the beach and go to different restaurants.
We booked into Asia Diving Resort for four nights but ended up adding another three nights there as it was really enjoyable and Robyn decided to do a diving course with the hotels diving instructors at Asia Divers!
Asia Divers was the perfect training I could of needed in order to complete the course! Unfortunately Aaron doesn't like underwater so couldn't experience it together, however he came out on the boat and we both had a great 3 days throughout the course!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.