Red Snapper Bungalows
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... this with our first experience of travelling in a Tuk Tuk. They are equivalent local taxis in Thailand and are similar to a bike and side car. The driver is on a moped whilst we sit in the side carriage. They don't go very fast and are quite rickerty and dangerous, but fun and an easy, cheap way to get around Klong Dao beach wasn't as far as we thought, and well worth the visit, with fine white sand and lovely clear water. There were plenty ...
... along, a loud speaker suddenly comes on and we hear a Muslim call to prayer...took video ;)). There is a large Muslim community on this island, as well as budists.
The village is only a few hundred meters long with many small houses on stilts and one little restaurant with a deck on the water....we had a coke ;) Very different from what we've seen so far!
After walking ...
... have been a million miles away and not a few nautical miles as we started our comparisons between the islands! Everything about this place was different and unique.
The tides here were strong and because of this, the scenery changeable. When it was out, a vast distance of rocks would be on show leaving behind small warm pools of water to paddle in, whereas when the tide was in, the pull of the waves would be too strong ...
... I believe, because we had envisioned a walk in Lumpini Park in the morning. The walk did not happen because we left for the airport at 6:00 am. In retrospect, I should have booked a pet hotel near the airport.
However, the W Bangkok Hotel is worth a blog entry in itself. Therefore I interrupt this “Getting There” entry to bring you: Our First Pet Hotel Experience
... out about as good as my love life! Up until Hanoi, I would have said everything was on track here, that whatever I was doing seemed to be leading me to higher and higher realizations about life, about myself, about what it was I was doing here.
My first day in Laos seemed to change all that. Yup, that ******* tent incident where I thought I was going to die! That kicked the **** out of my spiritual adventure and it has never really recovered. The book "Touching The ...