Seagull Andaman Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeagull Andaman Resort Phangnga
The rooms were amazing. The service was great they were friendly and helpful. The hotels location was close to everything including the beach.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga
... that she would miss me (in broken English), that choked me up and we shared a hug. I kissed her cheek and she smelt me - I thought that was strange but hey ho!
We were just packing up the last of our bits when Ched walked in to say goodbye – he said goodbye and thanked us for his gifts and we left shortly after that. (I was sad that we didn’t get to say goodbye to Dingo!!)
We went back to the hotel room to get ready for ...
... and so after lunch I left the beach bar and went for a walk up to the creek separating Nang Thong Beach and Bang Niang Beach. I was surprised to find that although the sky out to sea was a cloudless blue, there were some black clouds appearing over the hills behind. There was some light rain falling as I walked back and then later in the afternoon we had quite a heavy shower. It was very refreshing and I enjoyed sitting on my verandah basking in the slightly ...
... that morning. I was looking forward to an update on her relationship with the man from Leeds and it seemed that he is coming out in April to spend a year with her on a trial basis. She is of the opinion that he is a “good man” . He had a bad experience with a girlfriend in his 20’s and since then has lived with his grandmother and his mother. Both have now died and so he is alone with no ties in the UK.
Sue from Warrington, Ken’s ex ...
... of a soaking. My red curry fish was as usual excellent and the atmosphere very relaxing. Eventually we dragged ourselves away and returned to Khao Lak for a final couple of beers at Monkey Bar.
It was the end of Phil's stay. Tomorrow he would be travelling back to the UK and I would be settling back into my normal daily routine again. With many of the recent large team of volunteers now also leaving for home I was soon going to be left with only the Germans for company.
... new physical language, now using every diving gesture to express himself!
I absolutely LOVED every minute of this experience and can not wait to do it again. Now that Max and Phil are certified and have been bitten by the diving bug, it looks like i won't have to wait too long before my next diving encounter.
Khao Lak beeing a very touristic place, and family oriented as Max would say, we left the very next day for Ao Phang Nga, slowly making our way towards Koh ...