Hong Islands and more
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The next day we woke up and went for breakfast. What a great viewâ€¦and this really was a quiet place J
After that, we met at the beach with our guide. Hoped in to the longtail and went straight to our first stop.
It was a Â˝ hour ride to the first island (koh hong, I think..). It was a national park with a lovely bay with thousands of fishiesâ€¦and not many people.
This island was hit by the tsunami in 2004 and you could still see many boats destroyed in the middle of the forest..there was even a memorial to those who diedâ€¦ L sad.
This was such a small island that there really was no escapeâ€¦
Now you can spot many signs of evacuation and even a warning bellâ€¦will it work?
After an hour or 2, we hoped in again and went to the next stop, another bay with a sand bank in the middleâ€¦I had never felt such hot ocean waterâ€¦ amazing.
Our next stop was â€ś
Our last stop was at another beautiful beach: Ko Pak Bia â€¦ I canâ€™t tell you wich one was the best oneâ€¦we had such an overdose of beautiful sceneriesâ€¦
We went back to the resort at 16h00, grabbed a sandwich and went to the taxi that was already expecting us. We met the lady again, who wanted to know every little detail J
Got to the airport and got the Air Asia flight back to
We ended up staying at the Buddy Lodge (2000 baht) and went up and down the street to have dinnerâ€¦Pad Thai and some beef on the stick..everything remains the same (I was there 6 months earlierâ€¦).
Went for some beer at the most known bar and then, ended up at the CafĂ© de Tour, with some live musicâ€¦
.....what a great day J with a great end.....