Koh Phangan Dreamland Resort
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... pastries. We made our way north towards the top of the island. Mandeep had to go back to hospital because they forgotten to take out all the sea urchins the day before - he said he would meet us in the north. The road windy, empty and very scenic - probably the best drive I have done so far. We biked around 30 mins North when Mandeep called and said he would rather prefer biking with others due to his foot so Leke and I went to find him. We eventually saw him and ...
... just after 07H00 to do our scheduled park-run/walk which was postponed to today due to our trip to Nathon yesterday. I previously Googled the Chaweng lake area to check whether there was a way to walk around the lake’s edge which, with all the double backs, come to about five kilometers. Where the main road passes alongside the lake they have created a lovely promenade where people can jog and exercise. Towards the southern end of that promenade ...
... arriving at the island after having a big delay and a boat change due to it breaking down. I checked in and made friends with the people in my dorm. Luck was on my side they were all really great people and we were going to have a great time together over the next five days for full moon. We were all staying at beach village backpackers which was a great hostel resort with an amazing pool and great vibes. For the evening we went ...
... see the potholes and bumps at night. Back to our resort. B sampled the duck for supper and I had the pork Gordon blue. A few games later off to bed..
20/3 decided to go Scootering around the island we ended up In Reggae village at the padi shop wanting to purchase a snorkel and mask. It was run by a South African guy named Julian..next thing we were booked on a diving trip out to sail rock at 7 am tomorrow. Once we finished up there continued round the island ...
... I can I said and it gave me something to look forward to.
The Hacienda sits inside the Leisure Park which really gets it's name because it has Koh Tao's only non-diving activity here - the Mini Golf!
The staff at the Hacienda are all really nice, mainly Thai and Burmese and just one or two of us whiteys to fill in some gaps. I am struggling to learn all their names though - Dam, Tam, Gan, So, La, Laa. I'm not sure if I should sing their names! But ...