Royal Lanta Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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So after our boat journey back to the mainland we were taken to Krabi town by minibus. We decided to stay here as opposed to the beaches as it is so much cheaper. I had heard about 'Tiger Cave Temple' a temple overlooking krabi about 3kms out of the town so we decided to check it out. We were told by the lady at reception that it was only 50baht each on the local bus. We got on but then in some sort of flurry of madness we weren't on the bus anymore and were ...
... so we settled for a shower instead. Watching the monkeys thoroughly enjoy attacking someone's tent. Ice cream time it was, until we were accosted again by these little dudes, they went for the couple in front of us and managed to come away with their ice creams. Back on the road,bee stopped at another beach for lunch. B had 3 massive prawns, and I settled for the salmon. Their menus are quite extensive. We came across a place on our way back with treetop houses, ...
... from my new bible (and the failings on how to apply them from the gardens) the realisation that this creation of a utopian community were a long lost dream, and most importantly that when things get tough, we should pull together and always remember to take time for ourselves to gather our strength, we only have each other at the end of this day, and this place, and these people are but temporary apparitions in our long and colourful journey.
So, back to Bangkok for ...
... to take us to the island and spent the day snorkelling and exploring its beautiful beaches. Back at Ko Lanta and thinking we could do better, one of our Australian friends and I rented motorbikes and drove north to Klong Dao. We found a really nice place on this gorgeous beach and committed to staying at the Sea House for the next four days.
The beach where we ...
... borrowed Chinese charm from Hong Kong that belonged to my mama and the new and blue evil eye charm both offering love and protection on my bracelet so it was with me all day. Mum and June even celebrated together with a lunch where my mum (who normally doesn’t drink) toasted us with a glass of champers, and June had banoffee pie (unbeknownst that we had organised the exact same thing as our untraditional wedding cake!).
Massages and skyping were followed by hair ...