Baan Laanta Resort & Spa
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"Wow, I have a lot of catching up to do as I have not written anything since Sunday and a lot has happened!
On Monday we went diving for the very first time in the proper ocean (we learned the different techniques in the swimming pool). We went to an island called Koh Haa and Koh Haa Yai. I was ever so nervous although I am not sure if …
"Yesterday (the day after the wedding) was a very quiet day and I even had a nap in the afternoon. We were suppose to go out and enjoy the sunshine but I really craved the cool air conditioning so we ended up staying in our room (don't think that I was the only one craving the cool!). Shirls in bed, Tom on a comfy thing on the floor and me on the …
... us and gave us some traditional Thai fruits to try, they had an interesting texture but were refreshing! We even made friends with their dog called Nang, he was really well looked after and enjoyed strokes!
We have loved our short time spent here and wished it could be longer but we are catching a ferry at 1:30 tomorrow and heading to Krabi so we will update you again then.
Lots of love from Thailand
... telling us all sorts
of prices to take us places, we told him what we wanted to pay for
accommodation and he said he new a nice place. We settled on a price and off we
went on another adventure! We arrived at Lanta Sunny House, he waited while we
checked out the rooms and price. After Bey negotiated a price with free Wi Fi
so we let the driver go! Here we are paying 300 Baht a night, thats about £7,
we are in a bungalow on stilts, we ...
... on the road was a large black snake! We managed to swerve around his wiggly track but we are not so sure the big truck behind us did. Our first stop was a village on stilts, where we found a brilliant shop full of brightly coloured hammocks – they were very expensive (and rightly so as they were handmade and took up to 2 weeks to make!!) so we didn’t get any, but we did ‘hang’ around in them whilst we waited for a rainstorm to pass. We drove down to ...