Sudala Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... keeping the fire burning to stop animals coming into camp. We awoke early to a mist covered landscape and could hear all the gibbons calling to each other. We had a great breakfast of eggs and toast cooked using the bamboo again. Then we packed up and a longtail boat came right to the edge of the lake where we had camped near. We clambered on and went for a ride to a floating hut resort. We had an hour there so we decided to have a beer (at 9:30am!) and Dave and Florian went ...
... me cry, it was so incredibly beautiful. I am not sure I will ever see such a perfect beach again. The sand was soft and white, the sea was so turquoise from afar but perfectly clear when walking in it and the whole setting was just perfect. We had about an hour there and had fun chasing a crab, finding hermit crabs and then going for a walk in the sea. THIS is what I was hoping for in a Thai island. Leaving there was hard. A great thing happened on the boat one night too. I ...
... and I headed for the beach after lunch where I spent a very pleasant few hours. Between bouts of reading on my kindle I lay on my back on the warm sand and, lulled by the sound of the sea, watched the clouds scudding across the sky and the swallows circling overhead. I had a very brief debate with myself as to whether I would rather be there, or amongst the last minute Christmas shoppers at the Trafford Centre.
Before returning home I felt I needed to have an ...
... to the airport in the late afternoon and I checked in for my 20.05 Etihad flight to Phuket, via Abu Dhabi. The airport wasn’t busy and I was soon through security and making my way to The Grain Loft Bar where I was hoping to enjoy what would almost certainly be my last real ale for more than four months. There was a good choice but my favourite was disappointingly flat and cloudy. I took it back expressing my dissatisfaction and had to make do ...
... We therefore only required two teaching teams and so Hannah, Meg and James formed one team while Lianne joined Nicky and me in the other.
There were plenty of familiar faces amongst the children awaiting us at the school. One or two of the more mischievous ones were there but I was relieved to see that the real troublemakers had stayed away. The children were not wearing their school uniforms but were all wearing labels with their nicknames on. Our team ...