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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... and plenty of pointing we discovered that the engine had, in fact, broken in half, and we were stranded until another boat came to rescue us. I decided to jump in the water here but was a little nervous about the murkiness. I know there aren't many dangerous sharks in Thailand but one thing you never do in Hawai'i is swim in murky water after a rainstorm. At one point Kris leaped back onto the kayak looking frantically at something in the distance (which turned out to be a ...
... part we just walked the beach, swam the warm waters and enjoyed fine dinner while watching the sunsets. When we would get ambitious, we would rent a scooter and explore more of the island. One day we scooted to the southern end of the island, where Mu Ko Lanta National Park is located. The park is rural and in a remote area of the island with no development. While in the park, we encountered many aggressive monkeys that would take whatever ...
... in preparation for my sisters new bundle of joy. There was a dead jellyfish in the water which made me apprehensive about getting in!! Our guide told us there was a huge pool of water inside this cave so we asked to see it. We had to climb up a load of rocks then more tyres- it was really high up!! We ditched our flip flops pretty early opting for barefoot as it was easier to grip. We climbed into the cave and could hear the bats but it was pitch ...
... in to the Calgary Stampede and might as well have been wearing cowboy hats. The boat started to hot waves and came crashing down Over and Over again for a full 45 minutes. The first contestant crawled to the back of the boat after just three minutes. The Chinese 8 year old boy thought it was great at first as he stood giving Christine a heart attack every few minutes while the parents sat with their eyes closed. They were the next to move to the back. The fun ran ...
... to Chiang Mai and Pai after we have been here, so we have decided to tag along for our last few days in Thailand. It's 34 degree sunshine in the north now and it's real nice up there, so it makes sense. For our last day here, we thought we may aswell make use of the scooters and get some miles under our belt. There is no real destination in mind, just see where the roads take us. Pretty sketchy in some places, so quite a ...