Palm Andaman Beach Resort

Address: 59 Moo 5, Tumbon Kukkak, Takuapa District, Phangnga, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 59 Moo 5, Tumbon Kukkak, Takuapa District, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

Day 3- 6/9/14 - it's tour time!!

A travel blog entry by elf87 on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... elephants bananas, a special treat they love! Using a scrubbing brush we then got to bath the elephants in the river, we didn't get much time for this but really enjoyed climbing up onto the elephant and being sprayed with water from its trunk and lying on the elephant giving it a scrub. Sally sat on the elephant's neck as it stood up from the water. Wonderful experience!! After a long day we had a swim and enjoyed dinner at our ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by rpartridge29 on Jun 30, 2014

... Park - it was so cool. We each had our own detached bungalow thing, with amazing views of the forest. We didn't have much time to relax when we got to our accommodation thought because some of us had decided to go tubing. It basically involves sitting in a rubber ring and floating down the river. I thought, judging by the lovely warm water at the lake, that it would be a nice enjoyable activity. Well, the water was freezing and not ...

Khao Sok National Park

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Mar 23, 2014

192 photos

... leaning towards the right and has a whole on the floor inside lol). As soon as we arrived we were told we could go for a swim in the lake so we played like kids in the water. There was a massive tree trunk floating so we made it a challenge to try to get up onto it and jump off, easier said than done.
After lunch, the guides took us to the jungle where we eventually reached a cave. The plan was to walk through it and arrive on the other side after about an hour in the ...

And a not entirely satisfactory end

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 14, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... and very enthusiastic about the opportunity to see the schools and do some teaching.

As we approached the school it seemed quiet and it very quickly became apparent that there were no children there. The driver made a phone call and, rather disappointed, we all climbed back onto the truck and headed back to the office. The only incident of interest was an unscheduled stop for the driver to buy some very fresh looking fish from a roadside ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... you can get a guide if you wish. The jungle trek I had done hadn't been in this part of the rainforest so I thought i'd explore it whilst I had time. I asked the bloke if there were walks I could do by myself without getting lost and he said there was a 3km walk I could do which you walk and then turn around and come back on yourself. After that the paths go off in all directions. At the check point I was given a map and then I was off! I saw a few ...

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