Haadyao Nature Resort
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- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... champions so the hour it took us to round the headland and find the Emerald cave was quite a challenge. We had been told the cave would be accessible all day as the tide would be low and as we went past it the hole to get through was too small to even swim through let alone Kayak so we headed on to the snorkeling area and left the cave until the return leg after the National Park 'Surcharge' guys would have left.
The small cove and beach we finally paddled into ...
... as they rise and fall with no warning or explanation evident to us, but all of the noises seem to function as one.
The lagoon was intensely otherworldly, with birds of prey gliding so high above us in the narrow patch of sky visible between the karsts. Knowing the history of the pirates added to the surreal, slightly sinister feel of this otherwise beautiful place. It was a fascinating place to see, and we felt fortunate to be doing so when it was ...
... before we could go for a walk - alone in a jungle with little idea of which plants or animals were dangerous. Having researched snakes after the encounter 2 days previous we were well versed in the knowledge that there were many poisonous snakes - deep joy. As we started the walk cautiously we were pleased to notice the path was wide and in good condition, our only wildlife sightings were the ants that treated it like their own private motorway. Occasionally ...
... and rescue us. He had a bit of engine trouble and was a bit temperamental with him but he managed to get to us. In Dad's excitement of being rescued, he got over confident and launched himself into the dinghy causing him to land on his back in the bow much to the amusement of the rest of us. There was once again more engine problems but they were resolved but we did get the ores out just incase.
No fins (sharks, dolphins, whales) yet!