Lanta Garden Hill Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... time breathing tank air, and the inability to clear his ears (which we later realized was due to the cold that had been lurking just below his throat) all resulted in Kris opting out of the second dive. No one wants to lose their breakfast, but doing so while 40 feet below the surface of the earth is not something I would wish on anyone. Fortunately the boat supplied ice cold Coke, and we have rediscovered this beverage’s ability to disintegrate anything and everything ...
... down the main road, in search of an adventure.
Koh Lanta island is actually quite large. We rode for what seemed like ages and I thought we were on the other side. Most of the restaurants were closed and the ones that were open, were empty. There was no doubt that it was low season; we didn't mind there not being many people, but it was a bit frustrating trying to find some where to eat, the places that were open, were run by people that didn't ...
... ensuring we were ordering the correct things! All being dog owners (Sinee owning ten!) and lovers of animals, we stopped by the Animal Welfare Centre. We'd heard at Time for Lime that you could take the dogs for 'walkies!'. But due to our bad timing (approaching midday) it was too hot to take them out. So instead we got to play with some puppies and have a guided tour around the centre, seeing the cat and kitten house, and the dog kennels and play area. Over to the other side of the ...
... beachside restaurant which had little cabana's one of which was free so I jumped in and relaxed until Stuart arrived. Ordering a yummy pineapple shake I waited and enjoyed the view which also included a game of beach volleyball being played in front of me.
After a while Stuart arrived and it was really nice to see a familiar face. I noted that the last time we'd seen each other we were in cold Vietnam and now we were in sunny hot Thailand. We chatted for a while ...
... work every day and hoping not be bitten. of course with so many mozzies, it was impossible not to be bitten. one time we went in to our hut in the day and found there were over 10 mozzies floating around our bed. we were so scared we just lit a mosquito wheel and ran out of there as fast as we could.
All this worked out really good for the first couple days. Until the day Dahlia became really sick. Lucky she it was not the Dengue fever. It was ...