My Phangan Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMy Phangan Resort Ko Phangan
will probably want to rent a scooter to get around town (~200 baht a day)
kitchen isn't always open
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... process if you run out of air. I passed that textbook style! It is just the stupid mask I can't seem to manage. Colm passed his as well but somehow him and Dave ended up on the other side of the boat when they were doing it. Unfortunately, Colm was still struggling with his ears but did manage to equalize with the help of Dave. It is the same as my mask, we just hope it will get better but it is so important to keep an eye on. We now got to dive and for the first time, ...
... for a bit, just because I'm so nice! Of course he did the whole act pretending he just couldn't, but eventually accepted it. I always win! We got back, packed and showered and came straight to the restaurant. Clive is giving us a lift to the pier soon. Marc just explained we had a snorkel incident! Luckily he's going to give us the deposit back but we do have to pay a small charge. Time to say goodbye to another amazing place, and make plans for what's next! Koh Phagnan! Gem ...
... the water mushroom. Our guide talked us through other types of coral including the 'Chrismas Tree'. It was so interesting to not only learn but to experience first hand these amazing formations. Back on the boat we were given a colourful Tupperware box containing our lunch- rice and chicken followed by some fresh fruit platters of pineapple and watermelon. The final stop of the day was Nangyuan Island, the one we had paddled to 2 days earlier. We snorkelled ...