Haadyao Nature Resort
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- Free parking
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... as your way of living, your religion or beliefs, what you eat, what you do, how you treat people around you...
Two years ago, as I was travelling South America, I turned into a vegetarian (or pesquetarian, as I've been eating fish). A few weeks ago after diving in the great Barrier reef in Australia, I stopped eating fish to become a strictly vegetarian.
After reading the book "Buddhism for beginners", ...
... and enjoying the sunshine on my veranda, overlooking the sea whilst the smell of frangipane filled the air :)
The only activity for the evening was a stroll as the sun was setting, got to admire the pool of baby starfish! Then it was dinner and the lovely waitress who had been friendly all week asked if I'd enjoyed my snorkelling trip and wished me a lovely holiday because she also remembered it was my last day - she came and said goodbye when I left the restaurant too - really ...
... also offers amazing shopping opportunities to its visitors. Being awarded as the cleanest town in Thailand, the marketplaces offer travelers with a great chance to mix and mingle with the locals. The Municipal Market and the Ta Klang Mraket are great places to get your hands on some fresh produce. These are also excellent places to experience the vibrant crowds and their unique way of life while sampling the exquisite local cuisine. Visitors can also visit the Kraphang ...
... 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 ...
... and reading on the beach. I took a few walks along both sides of the beach as far as I could go without hitting the rocks, I relaxed in a hammock for a while until I was afraid that the rope imprint on my bum would become permanent, and I had a few nice meals in between. There are no shops on the island so food tends to be a bit overpriced, but a few places down from where I was staying was an Italian run resort that ...