A sad farewell 

All good things come to an end and so it was, that all of a sudden, it was time for our dear friends to leave us and depart Thailand. 

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Enjoying the luxury of the resort’s thatched cottages
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We had loved their company and had very much enjoyed the luxury of their spacious and comfortable thatched bungalows and all the other facilities in a superb resort – it made a very luxurious change from a sailboat in the rain.

Capt’n Birdseye enjoying a rest in the resort
Beautiful lily pond
Of course the weather was wet and windy on their last day but we managed to fill the day drinking cocktails, eating and doing last minute shopping.

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Cocktails in the resort’s bar
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Lunch in a restaurant – delicious!
 

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First Cocktail of the day
Lunch is served
Good friends, good times
We farewelled the famous five at Tha Krao Pier on Koh Yao Noi and made the decision not to rush off but to stay and enjoy an extra few days on this beautiful island.

Traditional fishing boats with Bali Hai glowing in the background

 
    

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Salty tales from Bali Hai

In 2015, after a break from cruising of almost 30 years, my husband and I sailed off into the sunset - this time to the wonderful Islands of Indonesia and beyond. Three years passed and we swapped sails for wheels driving through Scandinavia and Europe in a motor home. Now we are on the brink of another adventure - buying a Lagoon 420 Catamaran in Athens. This is our story.

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