Avantika Boutique Hotel
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... 3 weeks mostly consisted of porridge, shakes, eggs, chicken and veggies I am not as ripped as I hoped I would be! Not even 1 ab on show, very disappointing! But I did enjoy all the topless, tattoo covered beef cakes walking around, with their awesome biceps and six packs, that made up for it!
My last day of training I had a group and private session, but unfortunately I woke up at 4am with my head in the toilet bowl, followed by "something else" ...
... the smaller monkeys. I always thought monkeys would be really light but in fact they are a lot heavier than they look. I would definitely recommend that school groups travel to Monkey Hill for a unique experience.
After a great afternoon at Monkey Hill it was time to head back to my villa. I ordered room service for dinner and it was delicious. Then I went to sleep early.
... to make birds nest soups and other dishes, a delicacy in many surrounding countries. If anyone tries to enter the cave they would apparently be shot as they'd see them as a threat to their fortune. There were a couple of others bays we were unable to go into because of the tide, but luckily we were able to sail into May Ya Bay this time as the tide was in, a different experience to my last visit which I appreciated avoiding the horrible climb ...
Today was completely boring and not worth talking about. We were stupidly hungover. The night however was very interesting. It started innocently; I'd met an Australian guy and went out for a drink. Innocent. We then met up with everyone from my hostel and the night escalated. As usual we all split off and me and Grace ended up together and got talking to some pompous British ******** who thought that he was some superior entity in the ...
... on the Andaman Sea.
On Monday morning, we booked a taxi out to T-villas, about a one hour drive.
The place turned out to be lovely and the staff very accommodating.
We paid the desk 100Bh, about $3, and the shuttle guy drove us to the beach.
Just before the national park, there's a small town with shops and restaurants. So, we grabbed lunch and walked along the beach to the national park.
The water was just ...