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Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta Thailand.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

May 2015.

I’m so glad I met the American guy from South Carolina at Krabi Night Market. After my disappointing experiences at Ao Nang Beach and Chicken Island, I had been intent on getting out to an island that would make amends. I wanted to experience a truly mesmerising slice of southern Thailand that would match the expectations I’d come with.

“Ko Lanta is my favourite island”, South Carolina said. “And there’s this one beach on Relax Bay… dude, it’s the most beautiful sunset I’ve ever seen”. Spurred on by my raised eyebrows and the smile breaking out across my face, he moved in for the kill. “And best of all… you’ll pretty much have the beach to yourself”. 

Map Ko Lanta Thailand.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

I don’t remember much about my speedboat ride from Krabi to Ko Lanta. It took about an hour and flew by so quickly I forgot to take photos. In fact, I barely had time to even process what an audacious twenty four hours I’d managed to throw together. The entire Ko Lanta project was going to be a whirlwind adventure that would culminate in the end of my initial 30 day stay in Thailand and a flight to Singapore.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Tuk Tuk drive Krabi Thailand.

On the way to Pavilion Resort.

So far it was going precisely according to plan. Docking at Ko Lanta, I jumped into the back of a tuk tuk opposite the pier. The driver was really friendly, offering to take my photo and insisting he wasn’t going to overcharge me.

He then proceeded to drive like an absolute maniac for ten minutes until we pulled up at my digs, Lanta Pavilion Resort. Upon arrival, the receptionist informed me that I had been entitled to a free pickup. And then promptly refunded my fare!

Pavilion Resort Ko Lanta.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

I had gotten a fantastic deal on my night’s stay at the resort. Situated on the island’s west coast, Pavilion was a bungalow garden complex nestled right on the edge of Khlong Khong Beach. I say was because the hotel is no more thanks to COVID-19 and its wily ways.

Chalet Lanta Pavilion Resort Ko Lanta Thailand

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Having swiftly checked in, I wasted no time in dumping my bags, taking a quick shower and heading out to the resort pool for a dip. It was a roasting hot day and the water was cool and refreshing to the touch. Just perfect.

Lanta Pavilion Resort.

Swimming pool Lanta Pavilion Resort.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

The main reason I’d chosen Pavilion (other than the fact that it looked fantastic) was that it would take just five minutes by tuk tuk to reach Relax Bay. Consequently, I had around three hours to kick back before I needed to leave for my promised “most beautiful sunset”. Hmm, don’t let me down, South Carolina.

Sunset Restaurant Klong Khong Beach Ko Lanta

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Moments after stepping onto Khlong Khong Beach I realised how absolutely starving I was. Luckily, Sunset Restaurant was on hand to satisfy my every need. Eventually, after much toing and froing, I opted for a delicious Beef and Mixed Veg Roti with salad.

Beef and mixed veg Roti Ko Lanta Thailand

At Sunset Restaurant.

Finally, I was free to engage in…. well, nothing much. From the restaurant I sauntered down to the beach and drank in the scene. It was so wonderfully quiet and clean, a far cry from the awful Ao Nang Beach back in Krabi.

Klong Khong Beach Ko Lanta.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Moreover, I couldn’t help but ponder what a brilliant sunset one would surely have right here from Khlong Khong Beach. Was Relax Bay really going to blow this out of the water? Unused to being so impulsive based on the words of another traveller, my cynical side was definitely kicking in.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Hanging out at Klong Khong Beach.

Khlong Khong Beach.

Following an aimless stroll up and down the beach, I decided to grab a cocktail at Monkey Bar. Much like the beach, the bar was virtually empty and I was able to settle into a station of bamboo mats and cushions facing the sea. Before too long, I got talking to a Thai girl called Nid who was taking a break from Bangkok where she studied nursing.

Making friends on Ko Lanta.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Nid’s curiosity was piqued as she listened to my plan to head out to Relax Bay for sunset. “I never heard of it” she laughed, shaking her head at me with a doubtful grin. Thus she went inside to ask the Monkey Barman if South Carolina was right, or if there was some serious leg-pulling afoot.

Monkey Bar Klong Khong Beach Ko Lanta

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

A short while later Nid returned, revealing that the barman had indeed confirmed the story. “Maybe the best beach on Ko Lanta for sunsets” she giggled. Now of course she wanted to join me, so off we set.

Befriending a Thai girl certainly had its advantages. Instead of having to sort out the tuk tuk ride myself, Nid simply took over. And it was none other than the barman who drove. Grabbing his keys, he locked up the bar and told us to jump in the back of his truck.

Hitching a ride to Relax Bay Ko Lanta Thailand

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

I had a good feeling the moment we stepped onto the beach at Relax Bay. It was about an hour before sundown and the place was oh-so-quiet. The beach was pleasingly clean, the sand soft and warm underfoot. The deep blue sky calm and dignified, home to a drifting blanket of wispy, marshmallow clouds.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Relax Bay Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta.

Relax Bay.

“Head for the rocky part of the beach” South Carolina had told me. So that’s what we did, slowly strolling in what I believed was the general direction.

The enchanting Relax Bay Ko Lanta Thailand

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

Here and there I stopped to look at all the little crabs scurrying around in various rock pools. In the distance a handful of locals meandered. “Fishing boats!” called Nid, who was some way ahead of me.

Wooden boats Ko Lanta Thailand.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

After a while I stopped to rest on a giant rock. Looking out to sea, part of me wondered if this whole experience was too good to be true. Surely the sunset was going to disappoint in some way. Or those speedboats full of Chinese tourists from Chicken Island were about to gatecrash the scene.

Visit Relax Bay Ko Lanta Thailand.

Oh my god, is that an orange lifejacket I see?!?

Happily though, nothing materialised and the only sounds were that of the sea and a few birds squawking overhead. Slowly but surely the sky was beginning to change colour, the clouds dropping lower and lower, absorbing the blue.

rocky beach Ko Lanta

An idyllic evening on Ko Lanta.

Next, the incredible cloud cover sucked up the sun too and I felt a pang of anxiety. Noooo, come on. But then the sun reappeared with shooting spears of white and orange. The sunset had begun.

Relax Bay.

The start of an amazing sunset on Ko Lanta Thailand

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

It seemed we had found our spot. Swiftly and dramatically, the sun descended into the horizon. There were explosions of orange, red, white and light-blue as I found myself caught between surrendering to its hypnosis and scrambling to get photographs.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta Thailand.

Just wow.

The clouds were something else, I had never seen anything like them. As utterly spectacular as the entire scene was, it also felt (to me at least) like there was an apocalyptic feel to proceedings. As if those clouds were about to swallow up everything.

Stupendous sunset Thailand

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

First, they would consume the horizon, then the sea. Followed by the beach, us and everything else. What a way to go, I remember thinking, totally transfixed.

Breathtaking sunset Ko Lanta Thailand.

My favourite sunset experience in 22+ years of world travel.

Before I knew what had happened the sun had gone and Relax Bay sat bathed in an impossible orange glow. The word otherworldly feels a bit overused in travel blogging, but that’s exactly how it looked. My trip to Ko Lanta had been hastily arranged and ever so brief, but boy had it been worth it. I never saw or heard of Mr. South Carolina again, as we hadn’t exchanged contact details. On the off chance you ever read this… cheers, my friend. 

Stupendous sunset Thailand.

Sunset Chasing on Ko Lanta, Thailand.

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66 Comments

  • Adra

    I visited Koh Lanta a few years ago and can also confirm it’s absolute beauty. I didn’t make it to this particular beach but every sunset was magical there. Great post and photos!

    March 1, 2023 - 2:48 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Hey Adra, thanks for stopping by and kicking off the comment thread. For me it was such a brief visit that I have often thought about what the rest of the island is like. Sladja has never been to Thailand, so if I ever go back I’d like to take her to Ko Lanta and see a bit more of the place. Do you remember the name of the beach/es you saw?

      March 1, 2023 - 3:32 pm Reply
  • Lyssy In The City

    Absolutely stunning!! I’m glad South Carolina was right. How nice not to have to watch a gorgeous sunset with hundreds of others and their tripods/selfie sticks etc. In Puerto Rico they don’t have Ubers so we would jump in the back of pickup trucks to get around. Luckily we lived to tell the tale ha!

    March 1, 2023 - 3:02 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Ha, there is something a bit ‘wild’ about that, right? Cool you had a similar experience, I’d love to check out Puerto Rico one day. Thanks for reading about my time on Ko Lanta, Lyssy.

      March 1, 2023 - 3:34 pm Reply
  • Memo

    I hadn’t realized that you chased sunsets. And caught one. Favorite sunset in 22+ years of world travel is a pretty high bar. The photos are impressive but I’ll bet that the real thing was much more spectacular. I was trying to absorb your description of the apocalyptic feeling. It’s an image worth pondering. Thanks for taking the time to chase the sunset for us.

    March 1, 2023 - 3:04 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      I hadn’t realised I’d chased sunsets either ha ha. But really that was the point of the whole trip based on the words of a complete stranger. Coulda been a disaster. There was something all-consuming about those clouds, particularly in the moments in and around that penultimate photo. Cheers, Memo!

      March 1, 2023 - 3:37 pm Reply
  • Stan

    jesus h, leighton, that is a sunset and a half! your final string of images… can see why you were so happy to meet Mr SC and I’m sure the Thai girl was equally glad to have met you. It all worked out perfectly for everyone. i wouldn’t turn my nose up at such a sunset here in DC this evening. fat chance.

    March 1, 2023 - 3:42 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks Stan, I’m glad the photos did at least some justice to what I experienced that evening. I’ll take that. DC might not have a sunset that can match this but it does have amazing Mexican food! Have an enchilada for me old friend.

      March 1, 2023 - 3:47 pm Reply
  • kagould17

    Great build up to the show Leighton. You had me worried for a bit there that the sunset might be Meh!, but South Carolina definitely paid off and that resort looks worth spending more time there. Loved the fishing boat shot on the beach. Local colour is the best. Thanks for sharing. Allan

    March 1, 2023 - 4:00 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thankee, Allan. I was a bit worried too at points, but luckily it was a resounding victory. Pavilion would have been an ideal place to kick back for a while, I wonder what became of that place, it was a huge compound with so many bungalows.

      March 1, 2023 - 4:14 pm Reply
  • Diana

    Wow, that’s a beautiful sunset! It’s like the clouds knew you were coming and prepared their best. Good thing you decided to listen to Mr. South Carolina!

    March 1, 2023 - 4:02 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks Diana, I like the idea of the clouds convening to discuss my arrival. “Right guys, let’s knock this one out of the park. Leighton had a really rough time on Chicken Island”.

      March 1, 2023 - 4:15 pm Reply
  • anoush

    Spectacular! I’d have hard time choosing my favourite sunset, perhaps the one I witnessed in Colombo 4 years ago is the most serious contestant. The Indian Ocean sundowns are glorious. I don’t think a sunset has ever inspired visions of doom in me, not quite. However, lately while watching sunsets I often think to myself: may this be the only nuclear fusion to visit Earth. Great photos and writing.

    March 1, 2023 - 4:04 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Ha ha, I hear you Anoush. Would love to see some of Sri Lanka someday. Sladja has been and tells me good things. I wish I had another twenty years on the age metre. Too many places, seemingly not enough time.

      March 1, 2023 - 4:17 pm Reply
  • Travels Through My Lens

    Your persistence in finding the most beautiful sunset in a quiet location paid off; well done! Truly a stunning sunset, and making friends along the way is an added bonus.

    March 1, 2023 - 4:29 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for reading about my trip to Ko Lanta Tricia! I should really get around to chasing a better sunset one of these years. Reckon the last one I got close to was in Montenegro.

      March 1, 2023 - 6:36 pm Reply
  • rkrontheroad

    So glad the tropical sunset didn’t disappoint! I’m always wary of people who say something is the best anywhere. Perhaps my best sunset was on Cape Cod in a spot where the tide goes way out and the sunset sparkles on the exposed wet wavy beach. It’s said you need to check for when the low tide coincides with the sunset. I was there long enough to make that work!

    March 1, 2023 - 8:33 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      I have no problem believing that Cape Cod sunsets are spectacular. Mental note made. Thanks so much for your bumper catchup Ruth, you are a trooper to say the least. Hope you are well and that spring is on the way!

      March 1, 2023 - 8:35 pm Reply
      • rkrontheroad

        Spring? Are you kidding? Snow expected this afternoon and has been once or twice a week. Spring is actually our snowiest time. 😯 Later this month I’ll go down to Denver to enjoy the flowers.

        March 1, 2023 - 8:57 pm
  • Little Miss Traveller

    Ko Lanta looks idyllic and so beautiful, definitely the perfect spot to watch the sun set in peace.

    March 2, 2023 - 1:05 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for your comment, Marion,

      March 2, 2023 - 8:54 am Reply
  • Anna

    I loved my time on Lanta! I have some amazing sunset photos too! I met up with some Malaysian friends here and we had such a lovely time relaxing and catching up. Your photos bring back great memories! Cheers!

    March 2, 2023 - 1:11 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for stopping by, Anna. I haven’t yet met someone who didn’t like Ko Lanta, glad you also enjoyed your time on the island.

      March 2, 2023 - 8:55 am Reply
  • Monkey's Tale

    Glad it didn’t disappoint and you had such a great sunset!! We didn’t make it to Koh Lanta, but maybe if we ever make a return trip to Thailand… Maggie

    March 2, 2023 - 2:08 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for checking in Maggie, Koh Lanta was my sole Thai island success story. Chicken Island was shit and I really didn’t like Ko Tao. Thank god for Relax Bay.

      March 2, 2023 - 9:21 am Reply
  • Laura

    That shade of orange post-sundown is absolutely incredible- and I’m sure it was even more spectacular in person (I find the expanse and emotive experience of sunsets can sometimes be hard to translate to others in a photo). One of my most memorable sunset experiences was on Santorini, although I am lucky to see many amazing ones here on Vancouver Island as well!

    March 2, 2023 - 2:31 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Hey Laura! You’re right, the true majesty of sunsets is very much in the moment and through the retinas and up the old optic nerve to the brain. Photographs give you a sense, but alas no cigar. Santorini eh? We are currently nearby, it’s just a short (ish) hop from Naxos, so we are considering squeezing in a visit before we bid adieu to Greece, Thanks for reading!

      March 2, 2023 - 9:01 am Reply
  • Erin of the Hills

    I do believe that might be the most beautiful sunset photo I have ever seen. And I have a whole album dedicated to them!

    March 2, 2023 - 3:18 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Aaaah Erin, that’s a bold statement indeed. I have two questions. Which particular photo are you referring to? And what would you say was your most treasured sunset spot, if you have one?

      March 2, 2023 - 9:18 am Reply
  • Lookoom

    Koh Lanta is the name of a reality TV show they have in France, never watched it, but it filters into the general news, revealing the sad state of the culture offered on TV today. So I was fearing the worst, not to mention my preventions against Thailand, ha, but I must admit that the colours of the sunset and the way the evening unfolded made for a well made post like there are so many on your site. Thanks for the good story!

    March 2, 2023 - 5:06 am Reply
    • Leighton

      I have just been reading about Koh Lanta, I had no idea. Couldn’t agree more about mainstream TV culture, it’s one of the depressing aspects of life in The UK whenever I go back. Everyone seems to be talking about this crap as if it’s important. Koh Lanta (the show) looks awful, but not as bad as ‘Love Island’ from what I understand. Thanks for the kind words and your ongoing readership, I’m glad (and relieved) that the island clawed back a slither of respect for Thailand 😉

      March 2, 2023 - 9:08 am Reply
      • Lookoom

        Of course it did, thanks to your writing skills 🙂

        March 5, 2023 - 9:05 am
  • Rebecca

    South Carolina would be proud that you went! That sunset on Relax Bay certainly didn’t disappoint! Like you, “spontaneous” isn’t necessarily my middle name, as I’m very much a planner down to the T…but there have been a few moments in my travels that I strayed a bit off-path and ended up being pleasantly surprised– goes to show that you little detour here was very rewarding!

    March 2, 2023 - 6:42 am Reply
    • Leighton

      “Oh My Sweet Carolina…. what compels me to go….” Sorry, I often slip into random Ryan Adams quotes, it’s an unfortunate condition. Thanks for reading about my trip to Koh Lanta Rebecca. I think sometimes there is a great romance to very short visits where everything delivers and you leave before anything can sour or balance out your feelings of a place. I hope all is well in your world!

      March 2, 2023 - 9:12 am Reply
  • WanderingCanadians

    What a stunning sunset. Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous. I love your sense of adventure and how you spontaneously took a trip to Ko Lanta based on some random dude’s advice. It’s even better that you befriended a local when you were there.

    March 2, 2023 - 1:11 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks so much. There was definitely a bit of risk involved in booking up this trip after chatting to South Carolina. But happily it paid off. I have yet to see a more impressive sunset, though I’m sure there’s one out there somewhere. Just have to find it.

      March 2, 2023 - 3:25 pm Reply
  • thehungrytravellers.blog

    I’m not sure I knew you’d been here – we spent a whole two weeks on Koh Lanta during our South East Asia trip (the one which COVID truncated). Beautiful, beautiful island….and yep, the place where Michaela captured one of her most amazing sunset photos. It’s also where we went spelunking (didn’t even know the word till we got there!). Glad you had good experience too, it really is a paradise island full of beautiful people.

    March 2, 2023 - 1:15 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Two weeks sounds great, you must’ve really got a feel for the place. I had to look up spelunking, I must say it sounded like something dodgy, I was almost afraid to look. What an adventure though, clearly.

      March 2, 2023 - 3:28 pm Reply
  • wetanddustyroads

    You should have known (where’s your faith Leighton 🙂) … with a name like Relax Bay it’s probably THE place to be! What a stunning beach … and as you describe it … I want to be there NOW! And wow, what a sunset – that last photo is definitely my favourite! Thanks South Carolina guy and thanks Leighton, this is one of the most beautiful sunsets I’ve ever seen 😁.

    March 2, 2023 - 4:43 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      I am very often “ye of little faith” Corna ha ha. Kinda my default setting. Relax Place was THE place to be but that evening just me, Nid, Mr. SC and a handful of locals were the only people that seemed to know it. Thanks for the kind words, I’m glad the photos scrubbed up ok.

      March 2, 2023 - 7:50 pm Reply
  • gsilvosa63

    You hit the spot there! Great sunset photo!

    March 2, 2023 - 5:25 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for your comment!

      March 2, 2023 - 5:26 pm Reply
  • bronlima

    The bliss of expectations met and enjoyed. I guess I am lucky with sunsets. The coastal cliffs are just one block from where I live, and every day, around 6.30 the sun slips into the Pacific Ocean . I often take a walk at this time, and it is interesting how the sunset changes from day to day. Never get tired of it. However, a sunset on a Thai island and the quest to find the right place and moment is what travelling is all about. Mission completed!

    March 2, 2023 - 8:26 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      To have such an area on your doorstep is one of the true privileges of life Geoff, I’m sure you never take it for granted. I had similar feelings when I lived in Malaga for a year. In the autumn just passed we had a balcony overlooking the sea in Batumi, Georgia. Here on Naxos, we enjoy a few glimpses of the sea from around the house, there’s just something about it that is soothing to the soul. Hope your 2023 is going well.

      March 3, 2023 - 10:23 am Reply
  • grandmisadventures

    When chance meetings bring you to the most amazing places! I love that it was the barman who grabbed his keys to take you to the beach. And what an incredible sunset to see on such a beautiful deserted beach. I think this would definitely make up for any previous disappointment you encountered in this trip 🙂

    March 2, 2023 - 9:41 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Yes, the barman driving us personally was a lovely touch. I don’t think he’d have done that just for me, Nid laid on a bit of charm I reckon. And you’re right, all the other shit from the past days just melted away in that moment as I was enveloped in an orange glow. Cheers, Meg!

      March 3, 2023 - 10:25 am Reply
  • Max Ethan

    you are an exceptional blogger leighton what a great story and photos

    March 4, 2023 - 10:07 am Reply
  • acrimancystudio

    Great Post!! I would love to go to Thailand one day myself you are truly fortunate!

    March 4, 2023 - 11:18 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for reading and getting in touch. I’m sure you’ll love Thailand, hope you get there one day!

      March 5, 2023 - 9:35 am Reply
  • travelling_han

    Wow its absolutely stunning, how special 😍 I’m more of a sunrise chaser, and the best so far was the Maldives

    March 5, 2023 - 12:47 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for your comment Han, I rarely have the discipline for sunrises but am always pleased when I’m able to drag myself up for one.

      March 5, 2023 - 9:37 am Reply
  • Mike and Kellye Hefner

    Oh, Leighton, you scored big with that sunset! And how great that you had someone to share it with. Everything about this destination, including the resort, seems perfect. I’m so sorry to hear that the Lanta Pavilion Resort didn’t survive covid. Hopefully, the Monkey Bar, and its bartender/chauffeur fared well.

    March 5, 2023 - 9:10 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks Kellye, I was so happy that the sunset came through, and with bells on top. I believe the Monkey Bar has survived, though it seems Google is now referring to it as The Cheeky Monkey Bar.

      March 5, 2023 - 10:15 pm Reply
  • NortheastAllie

    That sounds like a great adventure, and what an amazing sunset!

    March 7, 2023 - 7:29 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks Allie!

      March 7, 2023 - 7:29 pm Reply
  • 🌸Tea🌸

    These pictures are beautiful! I have never done much traveling myself but I love photography and would love to take a trip like this some day!

    March 9, 2023 - 1:27 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Hey, thanks for reading and contributing to the comment thread! I’m sure that you’ll travel one day if that’s what you really wanna do 🙂 I hope my blog provides you with a bit of inspiration!

      March 9, 2023 - 9:49 am Reply
  • Juliette

    Oh I’m so glad this adventure did not disappoint, and Ko Lanta sure looks stunning! I’m surprised that it was so quiet with so little tourists because this island is quite famous in French, as it gave its name to a very popular reality TV show! I love sunsets and “sunset chasing” is definitely a perfect holiday activity ahah!

    March 9, 2023 - 7:49 am Reply
    • Leighton

      Hey Juliette, another reader also told me about the reality show Ko Lanta. Before writing this, I had no idea. I feel a bit sorry for the island, I think it deserves to have a better show named after it ha ha. Chasing this particular sunset was one of the best decisions I ever made while on the road, thanks for stopping by!

      March 9, 2023 - 9:52 am Reply
  • Aisyah

    The sunset views are very beautiful!

    March 9, 2023 - 3:52 pm Reply
    • Leighton

      Thanks for your comment! I hope you enjoyed the article.

      March 9, 2023 - 3:59 pm Reply
      • Aisyah

        You’re welcome. I do enjoyed it 😊

        March 9, 2023 - 6:02 pm
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