And here is the top one. The cherry on the cake. The gem of whole trip. The most southern point of east Thailand. The location of the island made it unpopular for backpackers and leisure tourists from abroad, so it became a quite resort area for wealthy Thai people, and for those who were lucky enough to cruise here on the yacht.
Our first day here we will drop the anchor next to Captains Hook Resort, which is located on a postcard looking beach. From here we will have an access to the restaurant, bar, swimming pool, and waterfall. Not far from here is a small island, with some old times Chinese politician house. This sightseeing point date back to King Rama 5. So basically it is old enough not to have even photos of its being just built.
Our second say we will do something special. My idea is to drop the anchor in the delta of a small river to the south from Captains Hook, and take our dinghy up the stream all the way to the waterfall. Doesn't it sound like an adventure?)