Bangniang Bungalow

Address: 13/2 Moo 6, Khukkhak, Pang Nga, Takua Pa, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13/2 Moo 6, Khukkhak, Pang Nga, Takua Pa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Takua Pa

Wednesday 15th July

A travel blog entry by jillymormor on Jul 16, 2015

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... bottles while watching the waves crash in and then we notice a group of girls eating hot chips. Mmmmmm beer and hot chips. Kerst heads off to find the location of these hot chips and we are soon enjoying them. We have just finished and the heavens open and we race for shelter. Oh dear we seem to have raced to the bar! What!! it's happy hour. Ok then we best be having some sex on the beach! Cocktails that is! We head back to our room, we have a read and return to the beach ...

Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on May 20, 2015

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... thing we did do was book a table for the remainder of the group at Jasmine Garden. We all met at the restaurant later on and everyone was glad that we had persuaded them to come. I had the red curry this time and Jenn had chicken cashew nut which were as good as the last time. We didn't stay for drinks because we had a 6am minibus and hadn't packed yet! 24th May - Up at half 5 to get our minibus. Unfortunately the driver was so fast we couldn't even sleep on the way to the ...

English Camp

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 15, 2015

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... group there were some younger pupils who were struggling a little.

For lunch we joined the Thai teachers for rice with spicy pork, and chicken soup. Amongst their number were a couple of teachers from Wat Muang Pratcharam School whom I knew very well. Some of the girls in the first class after lunch were very good but not so the boys. They all wore labels around their necks on which they had written their nicknames. One of the very slow boys was ...

Elephant Hills

A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Feb 24, 2015

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... Mike polished off his local spirit) and it was time for bed.
Next morning we awoke to the sound of gibbons in the trees (although we never saw them because they are shy, just very noisy). We had a leisurely breakfast with our new friends before a kayak expedition. We were guided by Bamboo but paddled our own kayaks. We saw more monkeys, but this time they were a different type, Dusty Langurs. We also saw hornbills flying overhead. Again it was lovely and peaceful, with ...

Every jungle leaf has healing properties

A travel blog entry by jroe on Feb 08, 2015

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... coming out again in the late afternoon to eat again. The guide did know his stuff about the jungle. Like my other guides in Thailand, they were a talkative bunch and they like to make jokes.

We got to see three different types of monkeys toward the end of our walk. Finally. They were great and the highlight of my hike. Monkeys are not shy around people and we got to see a big group of them. They did ...