Puteri Bayu Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... greeted me...the staff, all locals, standing up on the tables because a flipping great Godzilla type lizard has strolled in from the jungle! They said they've never seen anything like it before. It was about a metre and a half long, they'd only seen them at half a metre. I honestly thought it was a crocodile when I first saw it! Fascinating creature. It minded it's own business, wasn't threatening, obviously just took a wrong turn somewhere. ...
... made the final stop at the main jetty. We took a (pink) taxi to Teluk Nipah; a small collection of fish restaurants, clothes stalls, warungs and low rise guesthouses just back from the beach and against the back drop of the unspoilt forest. A large black and white hornbill was the first resident to greet us, squawking from a nearby tree and the monkeys were next in line in the jungle walkway to the next beach, Coral Bay just moments after we checked ...
... also pointed out the tree used to produce the extremely expensive, extremely durable (and waterproof) and unbelievably heavy timber that most of the resort is made from. The jungle was a bit of a sauna, so it was nice to get to the other side of the island to find a cooling towel and drink waiting.
This was our first visit to Emerald Beach, and it is just as idyllic as the photos make it out to be. Having a beautiful, secluded beach and not having to share ...
We left our NOT so Grand Thana hotel at 1:30am, ready to get the night train, as usual things didn't go to plan, an argument started about the buses to get us to the station, Polly had said she paid, they wanted more money, we got on the buses, then we got off, the manager of the hotel was called, they had to take us, but more would have to get on each bus (these are the Baht buses, used all over Thailand, but they don’t carry ...
... and resorts, and even doing a beautiful trekkig before arriving to the beautiful and deserted beach in Sagada full of rubbish because unfortunately is not clean by any
we had also a hard time because at some point we had to complete the circumnavigation and to climb some steep turns in the heat
But it was a great satisfaction, especially for boomers who saw two others go by car or with scooters only equally ...