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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... lie down before dinner. Here in Ko Lanta we are paying resort prices for our meals...it's funny how quickly we get accustomed to food prices. In Penang I paid $1Rm or.28 cents to add bok choy to one of my dishes which made the total cost $1.81. Here at the spa lunch was about 480 Bht or $15 (about 32 Bht per dollar) for the two of us, and I'm thinking wow, it's so expensive! In town things are about half the price but the tuktuks are about ...
... and Nicole had a dairy free fudgsicle! We stayed here a bit making the most of the air con and checkily used their water dispenser to refill our bottle.
It was now happy hour, so we headed back to the bar we had the BBQ at the other night. Nicole had a Blue Lagoon and I had a L.Maladee which involved quite a few shots of vodka, gin, rum and tequila with a topping of coke and lime. Our Thai friend at the bar was a bit concerned and we joked ...
... at the moment it is manta ray time of year. We were due to go out there on the last full day we were on Lanta. Unfortunately the speed boat broke down and we couldn't go. We instead did 3 dives at Ko Ha which is a group of 6 islands which has some amazing coral and fishlife and a cave that you can dive into... but no mantas. It was good though and an improvement on the dives we did out of Phuket. The coral was alive here and coloured and whilst it was not as fish soup as the Red ...
... two minibus operators sit at the entrance ambushing exiting flight weary tourists. We picked the most excited as if she'd earnt it. Sharing a comfortable six seat bus for the hours ride into town is 180 Baht pp (£3.45) and half the price of a private cab. We expected a commission earning stop at a tour agency which we got but without any pressure or hard sell.
Phuket has been earning its keep as Thailand's favourite package tourist spot for thirty years. The ...
... location, which is totally uninhabited.
Phase two taken care of! That only leaves the dry garbage, which is ultimately destined for a landfill. We have a garbage pick up system on Koh Lanta that is very well organized. People use blue barrels at the roadside and the garbage truck comes around, empties the barrels, and takes the refuse off to a landfill. A pretty universal system. Unfortunately for us, the garbage trucks do not come down Elephant ...