Layalina Hotel

Address: 75-75/1 Moo3, Kamala Beach, Kathu, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 75-75/1 Moo3, Kamala Beach, Kathu, is near Phuket Zoo, Phuket Thai Cookery School, River Rovers, and Crocodile Farm and Sea Aquarium.
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      Koh Phi Phi

      A travel blog entry by rophetveld on Sep 24, 2014

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... or even Asia). Scooters are only used in the evening to collect garbage. Most people use bicycles! And some kinds of carts, just like our taxi (see picture). Some guy brought our luggage to our hostel and we had to run, he was walking really fast, to keep up with him. All the streets felt like a maze. But after walking the streets another time, it wasn't hard at all to find the way back. It was such a small village. Phi Phi is a real ...

      Starting to explore

      A travel blog entry by mat-and-tiff on Apr 06, 2014

      18 photos

      ... see several monks undertaking some kind of ritual. There is little golden leaves and bells strung-up around the entire area. We soon realize that these are souvenirs that can be purchased from down below, tourists write their name and the date they visited on these, and hang them with the rest.




      Wat chalong temple was our next stop. Joon sat outside, no doubt chatting away to someone
      on the end of ...

      I Need to go Phi Phi

      A travel blog entry by bloggybiscuit on Mar 31, 2014

      ... in Thailand, alcohol had lost its appeal, so I preferred soft drinks where possible (i.e. where I wasn't required, socially, to drink it). The fire shows are inspiring to watch, and I spent a good hour obsessively taking slow exposure photos. I soon worked out that if I moved the camera during the exposure it would create crazy shots, so I took about a 1000. The fire shows are impressive and dangerous in equal measure, as I saw several people ...

      The Island of Phi Phi

      A travel blog entry by carlandariane on Dec 27, 2013

      5 photos

      ... in the open sea. It looked a little dangerous and with a shark appearing in the movie we thought we best stick to the enclosed beach on the other side. We swam in the turquoise water and all started to make eachother paranoid by pretending there were jelly fish underneath us splashing around laughing and enjoying the moment. The sky got brighter and about 30minutes later people started to arrive on big boats to the island so we couldnt have picked a better time! ...

      PADI Open Water Diving Course (Helen)

      A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Nov 26, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... through the content and we had to go through the answers to the questions we had already filled in in our textbooks. It was a fairly relaxed morning and was soon time for lunch. We all headed down the street to Cosmic, the place me and Jo ate the day before, to get Thai food to take away. This place seemed pretty popular with the diving instructors too so on their reccomendation we had Pad Thai, which was a good choice. After lunch it was time to ...