We awoke feeling defeated. Our dream of managing Good Time Resort would in fact not come true after all. We were faced with two choices on how to spend our final day in Koh Mak. We could sit in our villa feeling sorry for ourselves or we could accept that this just was not meant to be, move on, and go explore undoubtably one of the most beautiful island’s in the world. Of course, we chose the latter, and spent the next five hours on a boat that took us to various snorkeling spots and secluded beaches. It was the kind of adventure that dramatically shifts your perspective on life; reminding us that despite our disappointment we are still blessed to not only have each other, but to be exploring this tropical paradise. The following photos are from our journey on the Gulf of Thailand:
Before we moved onto dry land for the next adventure of the day, I recalled a Ralph Waldo Emerson quote, “Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air.” Koh Mak may not be our new home, but her beauty rejuvenated our spirits and we could not have been more grateful for that. . .