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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

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Terri

You're right. It doesn't sound fun at all, but it sure is beautiful. I always feel like the only one blogging about travel who's never really been to Southeast Asia (only Bali). :)

Amy

I was not a fan of Koh Tao. In fairness, I probably didn't give it a chance. I was there for one thing and one thing only: our scuba certifications. We didn't do much exploring otherwise, but nothing about it suggested that we missed out on anything. Turns out we could have gotten scuba certified for the same price on the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia (where we got our advanced certification and which we enjoyed much more).

Amy

Forgot to mention your pictures look beautiful though! We didn't even come away with a single photogenic moment on Koh Tao.

Boots in the Oven

Terri, Bali counts! And there are plenty of travel bloggers with tighter focuses than we have!

Amy, maybe Logan and I need to go back to Malaysia for the scuba certifications! Logan hated Koh Tao so much that I'm surprised we even stayed one night. Hilarious that you didn't end up with even one picture!

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