Jiraporn Hill Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with the flow.
The beach is obviously sectioned to accomodate all the businesses which operate - jet ski hire, paragliding behind speed boats( there is always another person with you - he climbs amongst the ropes and guides the kite - again WPHS issues as he has no harness, no life jacket etc etc - and jumps off just before the kite lands on the beach - obviously has the procedure down to a fine precision - ...
... charge in order to manage both use and battery life.
Despite a team of six ‘engineers’ arriving for the installation of the panels and controller, it became apparent very quickly that these gentlemen, although clearly very friendly and motivated, had never done an installation on a boat before. They also had a very limited tool set for such work – since they did not anticipate having to cut through wood and fiberglass and run cabling in tight spaces. I had ...
... the refreshing walk around town. Not much near the hotel but the beach is quite close. Hung out with my host at the hotel for a bit then packed up ready to head out to the next hotel. She arranged a cab and after about 40 minutes we arrived. I had to laugh as in the emails when I told her where I was going next, she said it was very close and only 1km away. I was actually going to walk it, if it hadn't been raining..or until I looked at the map myself! ...
... see shadows but just pushed it to the back of my mind! I am so glad I actually built up the courage to do it as it is something I never ever would have done at the beginning of this trip! The rest of the day consisted of stopping at different bays to swim until we reached the stop we had all been waiting for - Maya Bay. As mentioned this bay is famous for it's part in the film "The Beach". We were dropped off near a cliff edge with rocks filling the water, we were told to swim to the ...
... olds and lots of Swedes.
If we ever went back, I would look into the camping on the beach option. Apparently you can rent a tent for 2 dollars a night and sleep on the beach. Since Julien was still getting over his Tonsai Belly we choose the luxurious 50 dollar room with AC and a beach view.
Left for Thailand the next morning