Koh Samui - Part 1: Angthong National Park
Mandarin orange + lime juice
From top left: Tomyum, broccoli with roast pork, Thai sauces, sweet-tasting duck, assorted dish
Look who's the 'broadband' now...
Leonard managed to chat up a cute Parisian.
Happy snorkellers ^__^
Happy mama ^__^
One for the family
Us and deck hogger (behind) :P
For lunch, we were whisked away to a picturesque little island called Koh Wau-Talap. So picturesque that I was so caught up in the view until I forgot to take photos!! I loved the cuteness of it all: the beautiful blue skies and sea, green, tidy landscape, coconut trees, sandy white beaches and pastel-coloured kayaks. It looked like Survivor Island! There was a quaint little well and makeshift shower for us to wash ourselves before lunch. Surprisingly, there were also clean toilets and bathrooms and freshwater supply! We had a lovely buffet Thai lunch, much better than the lunchbox provided at Pulau Paya. The French girl sat with us and talked about food (Ratatouille!) and places in Paris. Now... I'm SOOOO looking forward to going there!
Koh Wau Talap
Trekked through the stone caves like the Seven Dwarfs
Archipelago of mountains in the sea as seen from the viewpoint
Ko Mae beach
Taking a moment's rest
We got back to our hotel around 5pm. I bought myself a nice souvenir from the boat - the guide had taken a silly, laughing picture of me and put it on a souvenir plate! Later that night, we were so washed out but we wanted more! So we took a tuk-tuk to Chaweng center to look for food.
Beautiful Girl ^__^
Pretty Boy ^__^
From top left: Spicy chicken with santan, spicy fish, mixed vegetables with pork, Tomyum (everyday!!)