The Rocks Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Beverage Selection
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... over a secluded bit of beach which had a cute palm tree swing. In the evening, following our active day we headed to the cheap street food market which was recommended to us. We were excited to be back to eating tasty £1 meals after not finding street food easily down South! Whilst we were there we had the best masaman curry we've had in the whole of Thailand, banana bread, Nutella pancake, mango and sticky rice and falafel. Food success! ...
... Kirsty's sisters Katie & Tina. This provided the mornings entertainment, for inside was an array of Christmasy items. A cut out Christmas Tree, stockings filled with chocolate, Christmas socks(!) and paper chains amongst other things. So we set about making the chains and the tree and decorating our bungalow.
Around lunchtime one of the staff brought tea and cake to our verandah. The cake smelled nice, and it tasted the same as it smelled. The tea ...
... and Advanced Open Water cost 7,650 Thai Baht ($232) . While in America that would cost $500 and $400 respectively. So an estimate would be $900 in America vs $530 in Thailand. But when you factor in the local, the dive sites, and all other aspects that come along, there is no comparison. It was a great decision.
We dove at a number of sites around Ko Tao. I am listing them so I don't forget 20 years from now. 1) Japanese Gardens 2) White Rock 3) Tao Tong ...
... and it was a beautiful sandy beach and perfect snorkelling with Dara and me seeing such an array of fish and a spotted ray and corals. The perfect impromptu day I only wished I'd been able to grab my camera. It also had me pulling coral out of one of the Debbie's legs as she managed to kneel on it. We also went diving today and although I feel like I got the breathing much more how it should be it was no less eventful! The first dive ...
... town, get to beaches via washed out dirt roads etc. It’s really weird seeing them getting around town and not chasing sheep on farms. Also they’re generally driven by big guys trying to look cool wearing sunglasses, chains and no shirts. Interestingly a lot of the scooters have knobbly tires on them to counter the dirt tracks!
Looking for the bicycles we walked to the southern beach Chalok Baan Bay. It’s nice, tide was out so lots of sea ...