Lanta Sand Resort and Spa
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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After the sleep deprivation was cured, I made it over to a Thai Cooking Class. I probably should start with "any" cooking class, as cooking isn't even close to a strong point for me, but it was a fun thing to do overseas. And yes, I know I look goofy with the provided cooking class hat. I thought we all looked a bit like Mario & Luigi. Joined in with 3 others for a small group class, and we each had our own station ...
... cool swimming spots.
We headed back to the village for dinner and Blake changed then the three of us caught a boat back to our side of the island for us to change then we enjoyed a night out involving buckets of alcohol, some great live music, amazing robot dances, even more amazing moon walking and to show it was a good night we ended up with a visitor as Blake missed the last boat back to his resort (though I'm still convinced he just wanted to sleep in our ...
... with you! Our hotel is near enough right next to the ferry port so we walked there. This island has vehicles! The hotel seems newly renovated upstairs, an older couple own it and they're really friendly so it's all good! Our tele wouldn't work so the guy was **** ****** about with it for a whole but we didn't mind, the air con was cooking the room down so we were happy to chill there for a while! We went out about 2.30pm to explore so we hired a moped; it's so quiet here! There ...
... that in 16 or so hours we hope to arrive at in one piece. Bangkok traffic is currently chaotically cascading all around us in a turmoil of neon lights as taxi’s, bikes and people all merge together in their infinite sea of commotion. This really is an enchantingly crazy city, and there are always a huge range of sights to feast our eyes upon, day and night, your eyes can get tired from all the looking that there is to be done.
We may not make it to Koh Lanta without ...
... therefore no fish to do snorkelling there). We continued back around to Koh Phi Phi Don going alongside the Viking Cave which is now closed to the public. Making our way back to the wharf we were given 2hrs of free time on the island to do as we please until meeting back at the wharf to get the last boat back to Koh Lanta. Many people were going to do the viewpoint walk but I was in no mood for the climb so I decided to head to the beach for a swim to cool off only to discover ...