Royal Bangsak Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Day 8 We got up early and headed off for our trip to Khao Lak which is where our liveaboard trip started on 20th. We got a ferry at 8am and had bought a joint ticket to get us to Khao Lak the whole way. What a journey! After getting off the ferry we got on a coach and then after a while we got taken to a small stop off point and then told to change to a tuk tuk. There were 7 or 8 of us crammed into the vehicle with our bags and it was a crazy half an hour or so ride. Then we ...
... way back to the hotel we had spring rolls, banana rolls and fruit shakes from street vendors. There is a law in Thailand that you cannot buy alcohol from a shop between 1400 and 1700 unless buying 20 litres or more. Thank goodness the small stores don't obey so I stocked up.
Tuk-tuk to Chiang Mai Railway Station, £2.
Then the train! First I wanted a photo. The front of the train was 100m from the end of the platform. I walked off ...
... so we retreated to the shelter of the beach bar and ordered more beers. We had a great evening just talking, drinking beer and waiting patiently for the rain to stop. Eventually, although it was still bouncing down, we noticed we were the only ones left and the staff suggested that they call a taxi for us. This seemed like a good idea and we were impressed when, 10 minutes later, out of the darkness and the rain came the tail lights of a taxi reversing right up ...
... was continuing to Phuket. We had no idea where we were or how far we were from our hotel and I had no intention of walking anywhere with my foot. We hopped (literally) into taxi and 2 minutes and £2 later we arrived.
We were so tired we just laid on the bed until early evening before we ventured out for something to eat and then went straight back. There's a bar on the main road which plays live music until 1am but we managed to sleep through ...
... burger and chips) but I had a very good meal of steamed rice, fried fish and Chinese celery. And the view from my table out across the sea was nothing short of spectacular. The staff were Burmese and I searched my memory, without success, for some of the Burmese phrases that we learned during our visit to Burma a few years back. After lunch we had an hour or so to relax before being ferried back down to the jetty where we were stamped out of Myanmar ...