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... to it being low season the roads were all very empty. The following day we had a busy day planned: a walk to the waterfall, a hike through the national park and Lanta Old Town. After getting a bit lost (on an island that only had 4 roads, only I would still manage to take a wrong turn) we made it to the waterfall. We got what we asked for: we saw almost no other tourists. We also could barely see the trail either, which twisted through streams and ...
... trip was with P.P. Sunset Trip and was from 2pm to 7pm and included vegetable fried rice and sunset views and we paid around £11 each so it was pretty good really! The first place we stopped was Monkey Bay which was a small section of trees in the rocks where lots of monkeys live! We transferred from our boat to a little motor boat in groups of about 8 at a time and it transferred us to the bay. The tide was in quite a way so there was no beach whilst we ...
... able to positively impact the course of direction, but hopefully we added some variety, colour and support for the people who were there. For us, we’re blessed with the choice of changing our course, and that exactly what we did. So we said goodbye to our dreams of a long retreat, and got the hell outta there! We took with us the fond memories of Bronte, Maria, Said, Rachael and YJ, the remembrance of the great tasting food made by Scotty in his outdoor cooking class, the learnings ...
... There was an ordinary type seat, a small sink and barely enough floor space for our luggage. It was also weirdly extremely cold! We had paid extra to go 1st class with our own cabin and were pretty glad we had! Still, we were comfortable enough watching Bangkok go by out the window until it got dark and then an attendant came and made up our beds. The seat ended up as bunk beds and they gave us sheets, pillows with cases and a blanket each (thank goodness). It was ...
... pig must have been happy when he died' as it had a sort of smile on its face. There is a little town of Saladan near by so we got to have a peek at it. There are notices all around for Thai Boxing matches, snake shows, massage parlors and dive centers. It is very tourist centric as they build up the island for the ever growing number of tourists here. With some food gathered we were able to make a good dinner at home and have a dip in the ...