Ayara Villas

Address: 53/7 Moo 5, Tambon Khuk Kak, Amphur Takuapa, Phangnga, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 53/7 Moo 5, Tambon Khuk Kak, Amphur Takuapa, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

The perfect ending to my adventure!

A travel blog entry by claireybear on Mar 19, 2015

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... check in. I spend WAY too much money on sweets and I’m then on a mission to find the champagne bar (got to finish the holiday how I started it!) I rush about asking airport staff where it is and they look at me blankly, of course why wouldn’t they! One of them tells me it’s at gate 40, perfect, my gate is 41, it’s like it is meant to be.

I jump on the train and rush over to gate 40. Nothing! I am so stressed and wound up I am ...

Reinforcements arrive

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Feb 16, 2015

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... a convivial evening. They were all considerate enough to converse in English for my benefit. Ken joined us later and the conversation inevitably turned to the usual subject - the poor levels of English attained in Thai schools. I left Ken to fight his corner and escaped to Tarzan Bar.

It had been hot and humid all day but overcast and as I walked up through the town I felt a few spots of rain. No sooner had I settled down with a beer than the heavens ...

German invasion

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 16, 2015

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... br> Lunch was a delicious bowl of noodle soup containing chicken, eggs, something black that none of us could identify (liver? mushroom?), bean sprouts, chillies, lime leaves and much more all in a tasty Chinese five spice broth.

The afternoon classes with the older children went reasonably well. For one of the lessons we did Baby Animals again, and I had to suppress a giggle when Russell wasted no time in getting Tadpole up on the board, using it ...

Another short week

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 08, 2014

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... day. We left at midday for Koh Nok school where, just as last year, we would teach two classes to the children of the sea gypsy community. Apart from them being kitted out in new school shirts nothing much had changed there. Some of them remembered me from last year and I received quite a few hugs and smiles when I arrived. They were as boisterous as ever and Anton and I were both worn out at the end of the second class. Thank goodness it was the weekend!


Exploring Thailand

A travel blog entry by rekhan.bigby on Sep 05, 2014

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... is not much else to it, however, the money from your visit helps to support the education and care of tsunami orphans and can hopefully one day expand the museum also. Being located across the road from the markets (which are open 3 days a week), and close to Police boat 813 memorial park, you can easily include a visit to the museum as part of a half-day outing. Just ask your taxi driver to point it out when you arrive, as it is a little hard to spot.