Lawana Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... like a lake.
The stalls sold crafts, clothes, food and were really interesting to browse but weren’t necessarily things I would buy but it was definitely an experience to be there. We saw people feeding the fish in the lake I don’t know what it is with fish here in Thailand but again they were massive!
There were also some Black swans which confused me because I was under the ...
... to it, perhaps due to the fact King Bhumibol has a residence here. On our first day here we stumbled upon the Hilton and went for a nosey and it was as you would expect. We wandered down to the beach and met Mr Ponyman, famous along this beach for pony rides, and after a bit of negotiation we agreed on a price and Lullah and Hamish got a wee shot along the rocky beach. Not hats and no lead ropes, but despite my protestations I was assured that they were safe horses. I was ...
Last two days were spent just relaxing. Either by the pool or down the beach.
No new place being visited. A few spots revisited.
Went out and had a closer look at the fishing pier where all the fishing trawlers and boats unload all their catches. Also locals fishing off the pier as well as people casting nets trying to snag the odd fish, from what I saw in the nets it was slim ...
... posing and peaceful concrete figurines, bronze/metal elephants and very elaborately decorated pagoda structures. After Vietnam, I was very happy to see that some of the garden also contained groups of well cared for cats; a situation I would certainly expect from people who love all life.
Monk’s still lived in some of the areas here and wandered through the facility. A couple of Monks were attendants in the temples or were available to answer any questions. ...
... beach, one very enticing woman. It is very quiet except for a couple of feral dogs that seem to enjoy barking all night. The amazing thing is that none of the locals have taken on the task to solve the problem.
We have met and spent time with our neighbors and , again, have learned many very interesting life stories.
As I write this ...