Nai Yang Beach Resort
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After the departure of the French friends, I have today stayed with Angelo and Christian with whom I have done the laughs on the beach and then we have laughed so much with a group of French from the French Riviera that working in the real estate industry, have many Italian customers and so they speak our language .We ranged the topics from politics and economics. For example, they are all disappointed by their useless president ...
... by the tsunami and still has hotels on the cliffs completely empty which had been battered by the storm, its quite sad really but the people have done really well to get the place back up and running for any one that visits, as not a lot of people do Nai Yang is the place to visit for secluded beaches stretching miles and a bit of piece of quiet too. The beaches have a lot to offer as its one of the best places for waters sports especially Kite Boarding which looks ...
... Travel Agent it was much cheaper and today we try our luck at the pier. There are many boat drivers so that we are in a good position and we go finally for one sixth of the original price to the island. Since we started with the swimming dresses, we swim once around the famous rock, which is a great experience. A visit to a cave and a bizarre sculpture park, rounds up the day's program.
On arrival back to Phuket, Kat had one more day of theory and route planning before a 7 day liveaboard trip. The route plan was pretty adventurous – to try to get almost to the Malaysian border, two of the days we'd be covering over 50 nautical miles. The theory of how current direction (set) and velocity (drift) would effect our plan was touched on as well 'leeway’ which is how much the wind and waves could push us sideways instead of forwards and how our plan could ...
... were sopping wet. The lagoon was just beautiful with mountains of rocks coming up out of the water. There must have been 50 boats in this small place. Phi Leh Cove Viking Cave is the bird harvesting location where the Scandivinians came to protect the swallows. Chinese People live in this cave to care for the birds. We then went to a small island to see the monkeys, they were so cute, they loved the bananas that were thrown to them from ...