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... a drink and aunty Lynne and mum walked straight passed us - that's the norm now. They get nattering too much and it ends up in them being totally oblivious to everyone and everything around them. We went for dinner at a thai restaurant run by this thai woman, I think she done everything, waited/cooked/cleaned/poured drinks. Helped that we were the only group of people in there. Took forever for our food to come out but it tasted nice when it did arrive (all mix and match one ...
... on mopeds. We have seen most people here don't wear helmets. But more than that, people take young children on them! We have seen one guy, with a 2yo sat in front and a 4yo at the back. We also saw two ladies riding a moped, the one sat behind had a kid no more than 18 months sat on her lap, again, no helmets. Lunacy.
We caught the Lomprayah catamaran to Koh Phangan, 30 minutes, enjoying the outside deck. When we arrived we had decided to walk to ...
... her at the shop she found and i went round the corner to this ozzy pub called choppers stayed there for a few hours and watched the wigan/warrington game. When Becca was finally finished we went to a few of the bars and i had my first bucket of samsong and coke. Couple of them and ur done in for the night. I had a hotdog on the way home which turned out to be a mistake due to the fact it has given me food poisoning. No sleep for me then a guess : ...
... know that we got home safely 10 minutes later. Onto Sunday 7th we go. An uneventful day due to a few hours of torrential rain! The night was slightly more interesting however. Almost the whole dorm went to join hundreds of other ravers at the Jungle Party, a warm up for the Full Moon Party. Typical me, wandered off to find some other friends and lost the ones I came with haha!! After coming to the conclusion that my current dormies had likely gone home, I found ...
The second-to-last stop on the itinerary: Ko Tao, an island off of the Malay Peninsula known for cheap diving and backpackers. Shortly after arriving we were sipping coconut smoothies and I was picking my dives for the PADI Advanced Open Water course at Sunshine Divers--the same place where Jason earned his Advanced Open Water.
The course consists of five dives--two required, and three I got to pick. I chose Peak Performance Buoyancy, Wreck Diving, ...