When we got to Krabi, our first intention was to go to town to see the town and to get some souvenirs. I also wanted to get a local sim card for my Tab so that I may be able to go online while on the ship.
I just love the shape of this island.
As I waited for them to come back from swimming, I got hungry. Luckily I grabbed this pre-packed breakfast of glutinous rice and honey chicken at the stall where we took the boat to go island hopping.
It looked simple, but it was really yummy! Wish I had bought more!
But, after a while, he got excited to the extent that it was hard trying to get him to come back to the boat! LOL!
Seen here is hubby giving him instructions on how to breathe under water.
By now, Aiman was more confident of going snorkelling without much assistance from hubby.
More scenes on our way to the 4th island....
By the time we left the 3rd island, everyone was already hungry. Fortunately, our 4th and last island had something unique to offer in terms of lunch, and a late lunch at that, since it was already close to 3.00pm by then.
.....and not just a simple food that is pre-packed. Rather, it was like a real kitchen equipped with stoves, blenders etc.
We made our orders....
......and headed on to the boat to have our lunch.
After lunch, everyone was tired and all we wanted to do was head on back to the jetty to catch a boat back to our ship.
Seen here is me with Mrs Looi, the couple who shared the boat with us.
After a good shower and a good rest, we headed on to Mariner’s Buffet for our last dinner on the ship.
To me, it was the best dinner since we started on the cruise when there were lots of seafood offered and plenty of vegetable dishes that did not include meat inside the dish. Even the pizza was vegetarian.
I ate to my heart’s content.
Unfortunately, no photography was allowed during the show. It was a great show, none the less.
I wanted to upload the video here, but it was taking ages to upload. :(