Royal Lanta Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... remains all over the island, in the form of a smashed and rotting heap of wood that looks like it used to be a business, or a stone building that’s been gutted and lays abandoned and full of cracks, or just some unidentifiable overgrown rubble barely visible on the hillside. Nevertheless, life here rebounded quickly, and the island is now covered in shiny new buildings that all adhere to shiny new building codes, and we passed several Tsunami Evacuation Route ...
... struggling up some very steep gradients on our little mopeds. We stopped for some lunch at Kantiang beach, to enjoy some spicy salads and refreshing beer. From Kantiang until the border of the national park, we only stopped for monkey crossings (much to Amelia's dismay), or for taking pictures at view points. The heat was just about bearable, but on our way back, a much needed cold fresh coconut attracted us into a bar located on a cliff side overlooking Kantiang. Slurping away, ...
... An over the top very tanned white guy announced the card with a rough gravely voice. The ring was there and the advertisement on my side of it was for the Siam Medical Clinic - fitting. I sat next to a pair who split their time between Switzerland and Croatia. They have spent the last twenty years or so on motorcycle trips across the world. In the distance I saw what looked like very small and young kids in boxing shorts and being oiled up. I figured this was maybe ...
... we'd stayed!! The room was green and wood with pink curtains and holes all over the walls. The plug sockets were hanging off the walls and the lino flooring didn't reach the ends of the room. The bathroom was even worse, it was like a 30 year old outside toilet! The windows were missing breeze blocks and the shelf was a circular piece of wood with a wall bracket to hold it up- we also had to share it with a large spider and a big gecko! But hey ho it's only somewhere to sleep after ...
... down for dinner. We got a bottle of red wine called Down Under, a Shiraz from Australia. It was pretty good. However, we are definitely looking forward to some good South African wine when we get back! We had dinner and then started watching the festivities on the beach. We got ourselves a Chinese lantern to let off as we had seen quite a few going off already. They call them Balloon lanterns ...