Ko Hong

We woke to another great day on the water.

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After breakfast and dish cleaning duty off the back of the boat, we cruised out in our dingy to inspect the island we anchored near the night before.

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We then motored the catamaran over to Ko Hong. Ko means island and Hong is an inlet or bay within the island.

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We anchored for lunch and had some fun jumping off the top of the catamaran.

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We took our dingy to go inspect the hong. We found a sea kayak tour emerging from the side of the hong, so we went in for our own look and found a tunnel leading to another interior hong.

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We had to get down in the bottom of our dingy to make it thru the small tunnel. The tunnel we came through is the light spot in the lower left of the picture below.

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Back to the main hong we stopped on the beach for a short look around.

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We thing took the dingy thru some larger archways and emerged into the sea on the far side of the island.

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Back to the boat, we cruised around for a while.

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Some action shots of Scott while Liza drove the boat.

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We ended the day anchoring near James Bond Island. It is called that because they shot scenes from the movie, The Man With the Golden Gun on the island.

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