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    Ko Kwang - boat can't come onto the beach, drops us off in shallow water; at high tide there's no beach at all but easy enough to climb onto the rocks
    (drone pic, not mine)


    small beach at low/medium tide, this is the only sand area on the island


    and that's us . . . daughter's first 'deep water' snorkeling usually we swim out from beaches to reefs further up the coast
    Ko Proet in the background
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    Back on Proet, there's a walk from the temple to a viewing area and SkyView Cafe opened in April but is open weekend and holidays only
    Beanbags on the deck, no need for a handrail...








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    Proet - take the steps to the sea on western side




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    Proet - Restaurante Pelicanos






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    That's a great spot.

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    We'd like to try snorkeling off the base of the cliffs on a calmer day, but those steps end well above the water, could jump in but that wouldn't be an option for getting out ... and the nearest beach area is by the pier south end of island

    Further along there's this cave



    And view from a beanbag ...if this were near Pattaya there'd have been jumpers by now

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    Back to Laem Sing town

    Chedi at Phairi Phinat from across the river

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    Fishing fleet at Laem Sing
    After heavy rain, silt in the river, murky seawater







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    Temples, there's one each side of the bridge. Wat Laem Sing (northwest, over the bridge) was damaged in a storm, Songkran 2013, and rebuilt in white

    13.04.2013


    Rebuild


    Wat Paknam Laem Sing (in town)

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