After the excitement of our Klong Chao waterfall experience, we had some well-earned downtime. Most of our time on the sailboat was actually motor propelled, travelling from island to island. But on this evening, we took some time to purely sail, including some time with the 1980 Christopher Cross hit ‘Sailing’ wafting through the boats sound system. I highly recommend doing this if you get the chance. Talk about relaxation!
Then, we reached the cove where we would stay for the night, just as the sun was making everything glow.
Dmitri had unique little restaurant we pulled right up to in our dingy, and ate with the our feet dangling off the dock with a stunning view of the sunset. We had only been in Thailand a few days, and already all the back home stuff seemed another world away. How could we possibly have any stress when dangling our feet off a dock and looking at this view?
Scott and I had one little table for 2, while our friends had their own. And the kids had their own little pavilion over the water which had laughter and silliness emanating from it the whole evening.
I had my first true Thailand Pad Thai, while Scott eased in to Thai food with a ham & cheese spring roll. For those interested, the little restaurant is the View Point Cafe on Koh Kood, and you can find it on Trip Advisor.
The next day we had a chance to see the View Point Cafe in daylight…