Sudala Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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All the sunbeds were full at Nong Prew but just a little further along the beach at a new establishment there were plenty available. Here they sold just drinks and so after a most enjoyable morning in the sun I walked back to Nong Prew for some lunch.
On cue at 2.00pm the rain started but did not amount to much and I decided to go for a stroll. I took a left turn in the centre of Bang Niang and followed a lane that was new to me and which meandered through ...
... the amazing similarity in appearance, habits, speech, gestures and general attitude to life and I wanted to know if Phil was in agreement with me. After our dinner we took our drinks over and sat with Ken for a while for a chat. Phil told me afterwards that yes, he also thought Ken bore an uncanny resemblance to Mick.
Later at the Nature Bar the music really wasn’t to our taste but we stuck it out for a short while to finish the evening with ...
... clear that we already had a booking and the taxi driver was more than happy to take us.
We arrived at Palmview Bungalows a few minutes later and we met by Mama & Papa who offered us some cold water and a seat. We were shown to our room. It was a basic wooden bungalow and was called a family room as it had 2 double beds in it. We had a fan and a hot shower. For 700 THB a night it was ...
... I think you'll enjoy it ! (it's set to the super-annoying new worldwide dance sensation: What Does the Fox Say) Fredi, our new friend from Switzerland, was awesome with his photography skills -- and I'll hopefully have a link to his video shortly showing what we saw underwater.
The MV Pawara is a 35 meter diving vessel, and is one of the best quality ships in the region. The staff was fantastic -- very nice ...
... reach the opposite shore of an enclosed lagoon, explore a cave where the stalactites/stalagmites looked like coral (hence its Coral Cave name), stopping at a floating village for lunch and a swim, and a few mosquito bites along the way of course! All in all a very nice way to spend the first few days of 2014!
After this nice break in the nature, we started to plan the rest of our itinerary ...