Mango Guesthouse + Villas
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMango Guesthouse + Villas Ko Lanta
The Mango Houses Suites offer an enjoyable atmosphere that is cozy, quiet and friendly. Situated in the middle oft sleepy Old Town, we definitely enjoy our stay and love the wooden and open house style.
Bring earplugs, a small sewing set in case your mosquito net is damaged, do not expect being able to cook when you book a kitchenette, but besides all that it is a lovely place in the probably cutest town on the island.
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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... Luang Prabang before heading up north toward Nong Khiaw along some magnificent dirt and asphalt roads. You will cross the mighty Mekong River by ferry and visit the historic Pak Ou caves along the way. Thousands of Buddha sculptures have been added to the Pak Ou caves over the years, making it an important site for Buddhism. You will then continue your motorcycle ride toward Ban Nagnan, where you will observe the continued tradition of ...
... the pool where Blake was waiting for us a mere 40 minutes after we started out!
We spent the rest of the day chillin round the pool, playing in the pool, eating at the pool bar and enjoying actually making it over!!
We left Blake around 5:30 hoping we would have enough daylight to get us back to our side but swapped route to go via the 'view point' for sunset....which was much easier from this side (especially as we now realised we had been SOOOO close to ...
... here on a holiday I would pretty disappointed with not much going on the place. We got half way down the island and found an ocean cliff restaurant so we went in and had a drink. The view was gorgeous and the beach looked lovely from up above so we went and had a walk. We took a slow and drive back about 4.30 and showered to grab a bite to eat next door. Not fancying much to eat tonight because we ate late for lunch. We were back in bed at 8.30pm watching a movie on Scott's ...
... sometimes….things haven’t gone quite to plan, so let’s rewind a bit……
The last update was a few days into our "yoga retreat" (the quotation marks will become clear later on, for this was not the “retreat” as expected, and as prescribed) and things in the early days were going well enough and that’s the truth. There were lots of fascinating new things to absorb, very friendly and chatty guests and lovely nature to get lost in, ...
... meals at the different waterside restaurants. Lanta Seafood was recommended online as the place locals go. We listened and went there. We did ask how long the electric pump would be going as one was running as we entered the establishment. I ended up being the only person to order a fish plate - as part of a Thai Soup that the server said would probably be too hot - he was right. Man, food in India was ...