Guess the sea looks blue in photos, but green in person!
It’s true what a friend told me: Once you’ve been to Pulau Redang or Pulau Perhentian in Malaysia, nothing else really compares to them.
It was really difficult to photograph the sea as they blended into the light blue sky.
We went to Kata Beach as well, about 20 minutes away from the over-congested Patong Beach.
The sea is also slightly more blue.
Kata Beach is definitely better than Patong (less male and female hookers, more restaurants etc.)
Notice the thick clouds in the 2 photos above?
It did rain later in the evening when we went up to Phromthep Cape, where it is famous for its amazing views of the sunset.
(More of that in the next post)
Believe it or not, we sunbathed for about 3 hours since we had nothing to do.
Asians sunbathing. I think I hear a scream somewhere.
I wanted to take surfing lessons, but the tides were not high enough that day 🙁
Oh, and I got myself a little braid.
PS: Since it is the monsoon season, a lot of clouds were passing so it was either extremely sunny or extremely cloudy. We were fortunate that it didn’t rain on most days when we were there.