Sep 23, 2014

Koh Nangyuan - 2014 Sep 23

Late start on the day, sleeping until noon; we walked down the narrow streets looking for breakfast food, finally settling on the very busy Breakfast Time Café. They had a TV, and I watched a few minutes for the first time in 28 days.
At two, we caught a long-tail boat to the storybook island of Koh Nangyuan. This must have been the inspiration for J.M. Barrie's, Peter Pan.
We snorkeled the crystal clear water, climbed the island peaks, and played with the local dog.
Back to Koh Tao for dinner, we decided to only eat street food. Olga had a mango fruit shake and two pancakes; the first was tomato, cheese, egg, and tuna; the second was banana, and peanuts. I had a chicken kabob, a hotdog, and pork on a stick. Total cost, including water and a Coke Zero, $10.