Lanta Island Resort
Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
It's just four days until my departure
and I haven't written a single blog entry- shame on me! But I was
just too busy doing nothing, relaxing or simply not in the right mood
So it's time for a summary
everything that I have planned ahead didn't work out.:
meet a …
... That did add to a certain panicky feeling at the thought of taking a wrong turn in the cave and getting separated from the group, though...
We stopped off a few more times on the way back to Coco Lodge for snorkelling, then sat back and watched the sun set slowly over the calm water.
Ko Mook will be hard to beat, and we were sad to be leaving the stunning Thai islands of the Andaman coast, but we still have so much more to see.
Next stop: Langkawi, Malaysia!
... our own space, no sharing bedrooms or bathrooms, this is the life. My first day here was spent sunning it up on the beach, trying to attract as much sun as I possible could, because the next two places on the list were cities, and no one other than the skyscrapers gets weathered. Trying to be the stereotypical traveller as I am, in Ko Lanta is pretty difficult. I did try and be proactive, to "see more, and do more" but I just had to pack away the ...
... beachside covered deck. The group of us patiently waiting headed towards the deck to claim our mat making an instantly full class. The class was a little shy of 1.5 hours and the perfect balance of doable yet challenging. It was especially motivating hanging out in downward dog or warrior 1 when you have an ocean view as the backdrop. Definitely easier to get your zen on in such an environment.
After class I met up with Brooke briefly at our little cottage then she was off ...
... we nearly pulled a Munich and slept in again but luckily we had just enough time to throw clothes on and get to the tour guide before he left without us!! Didn’t help that he was 15 minutes early too and thank god we made it because the snorkeling tour to Koh Rook was probably the best tour in our entire trip around Thailand. We saw heaps of fish, way more than any of the other trips and got really good photos as the water was crystal clear and we were much closer to ...