Moken boats

Visiting the village of Palua Tone-Tone

The last lunch

In the restaurant

 

 

 

 

As the days went by, we noticed the cook was still trying to do miracles, but without a well-filled fridge it gets more and more difficult. So after visiting the settlement the "feeding job" was shared with this local restaurant and we all again had a big meal with several courses.


 

We also used it for the goodbye pictures of our crew. From left: Win Owe, Saw, Cole, Ye, Aung and Nine. Not on picture is Lada, the captain, as somebody needed to stay aboard.


Win Owe, Saw, Cole, Ye, Aung and Nine

© Joan Kearsley


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