Haadyao Nature Resort
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are so many mountains that there are no roads. Well the second I got to Ton Sai I was worried that I made a mistake. But part of this trip is that there are no mistakes. Having to jump off a boat in to the water with my luggage to see a beach side with broken down, garbage ridden, torn up buildings and no sign of life I was a little put off. So I walked into “town” and found that is is really just a climbers paradise. There is nothing do to ...
... to share a beautiful vision of living harmoniously in nature, without damaging precious ecoenvionrments. The isolation of the farm was difficult at times, but sometimes the hardest things are the best for you. After a tear filled goodbye Lucy the Slovenian girl, Claire the French girl, and I headed for the Trang Islands. A chain of islands in the Andaman Sea that are the end of Thailand's towering karst peaks. The ride to the island was as fast as a pin ...
... the island was one of the more remote islands around so when asked where we were headed we just followed our noses with the other folks on the taxi boat and went to the nearest beach in search of somewhere to stay for a few nights. Ko Mook is very small and only really has two areas to stay in. A beach further to the East that has a few huts and one big exclusive resort and Charlie beach to the south which has a fairly pricey resort and 3 other cheap places to stay. After ...
... coconut men don't normally work in the afternoons, because the heat makes the trees slippery, but he'd been asked to gather some for a customer, and couldn't turn down the money. It doesn't quite seem fair that it costs us about 50p for a coconut, does it?
The next day, we went on a boat trip with 5 other people from our bungalows and a local boy. We spent most of the day snorkelling, and it was wonderful. We swam down to anemones to 'find Nemo', or clown fish, ...
... the purpose of staying up so called it a night and were in bed by 7:30pm. Par-tay. The next day saw a slight clearing to the sky with intermittent sunshine. The wind, however, had picked up so our grand plans of kayaking and snorkelling were thwarted. We therefore spent the day eating, sunbathing, swimming, eating, sunbathing, swimming. Pretty much in that order. Oh and being snap happy with our cameras whenever the sun shone! Our time of being two of a handful of people ...