Print Kamala Resort
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... t stand, my skin was bad again which I now assumed was from ants in ye night and me thinking it was an itch! I left a packet of honey covered nuts on the side and when I looked over at it, it was covered in ants with a trail all coming through the floor tiles. I didn't like my hotel room anymore! I put the packet in the bin hoping to keep them away from me but kept finding them in my bed biting me. I found to hard to sleep so ended up blogging until ...
... grab our clothes and flip-flops before they were sucked into the sea. Luckily all of the electronics survived, but this rouge wave ruined our day at the beach. Now we had two 10-pound towels that were full of sand and water so we decided it was easiest just to return to the hotel. We encountered many other beachgoers with the same problem on our walk back to the pickup point! We enjoyed the rest of the day by the gigantic infinity pool on the ...
... Oz waiting. 1000 baht ($30) in a lovely air conditioned 4wd, no hasle drive to Patong, which seems longer than I recall.
As I walk into the Ban Thai Beach Resort my glasses are fogged ( getting out of air conditioning into the humidity) and I hear "about time" - Dale & Pauline at the front bar swaggling a few cocktails down and, just possibly waiting for me.
I quickly get through checking in, throw the bag in the room,( free upgrade to a Deluxe Room on ...
... of and the lack of "Aloha" and love of the land as well is very discouraging. Everything is run on diesel fuel brought over on boats and piped into noisy generators, where it would be so easy to have solar hot water for the showers, (at least!) but this is no paradise, no more. So, I find another island! This ones in the Ao Phang Nga marine national park and called Koh Yao Noi. This must be like what folks who traveled here 20 or 30 years ago remember so fondly about Southern ...
Today was a rest day after the daily grind of Bangkok. Most boys emerged for Breakfast around around 10.15 and then spent most of the day lounging the pool, strolling along the beach or looking at the local markets around Kata Beach. Today has been the hottest day so far but the boys seem to be acclimatising well and are enjoying the more relaxed nature of Kata.