To Chong Koh Yao

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Wed 18 Jan 2017 23:57
To Chong Koh Yao
 
 
 
 
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View for breakfast this morning.
 
 
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Off for a spuddle and on to the beach.
 
 
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Natural beauty.
 
 
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Second mate and finding the hong.
 
 
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More stacks in the making.
 
 
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Biggest stack, wild interior and a cave to explore.
 
 
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The cave opened outside, a forest around.
 
 
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The track lead to another beach along the koh.
 
 
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Time for a swim in a unique pool.
 
 
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Back on Beez we left after lunch for todays 9.7 miles. A stunning anchorage.
 
 
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Leaving Noi and Yai behind.
 
 
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One final look back at the stacks.
 
 
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All too much for the second mate.
 
 
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The protected anchorage by the Muslim fishing village of Chong Koh Yao.
 
 
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A traditional looking ferry passes by.
 
 
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Sunset with less of a stormy threat.
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL A BUMPY JOURNEY
                     SUNNY DAY BUT AS EXPECTED, A NOISY ANCHORAGE