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... name are the drawings on the cave walls inside. They depict Viking style long boats even though the Vikings did not get anywhere near Asia so it remains a mystery who these people were who stayed there. The cave is now populated by sea gypsies who farm the birds nests from the cliffs around. The nests command a high price in the birds nest soup market which is a delicacy in Asia and reportedly they farm around 10 million euros worth of produce over a six month period every year! ...
... night for a crazy party. Instead we went for a movie night at the hotel.
The next morning we left the Maciborski family and got on a bus that would take us to Ko Samui. After about a day of bus and boat ride we arrived. Since we were getting closer to our wedding back home we decided that we had to missions for the week at Ko Samui, get in shape and find bridesmaids dresses. We managed to find a great deal at a hotel in Choeng Mon just outside of the major city and ...
... and there is street after street catering to whatever tastes you have in this department. Women, men, lady boys, live shows, ping pong shows, etc. Whatever you can dream up...or imagine...they already have it for sale.
We marveled at how well the public transportation worked in Bangkok. No matter where we wanted to go it was very easy to get there, and in a city of 10 million people....that's something.
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We came to SE Asia ...
... float along the horizon, and we'd jump in the crystal-clear water for relief from the sun. It was like nothing we had seen in our beach experiences - we could swim for miles on the still water, and still see the coral and fish at the bottom. We didn't even get sunburnt, thanks to a slight base tan disguising the usual deathly pallor of my skin, and Hannah's vigilant suncream regimen.
Fully embracing the holiday mood, we indulged in cold beers on the beach at ...