Thai Ayodhya Villas & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThai Ayodhya Villas & Spa Lamai Beach
We stayed here over new year and found the place to be very well located, near the town and right on the beach. The reception staff were ok, not too friendly but efficient but the restaurant staff were very nice. The rooms were lovely although we had to request a room change due to a ridiculous amount of mould on the bathroom roof. That particular room was horrible and musty. Overall very nice.
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... to join him in the bar area, mostly just fearing for their lives. Bungalow of karl was still. Standing and amazingly the pants on my washing line were still dry. What a bonus I thought Anyways I have now done an extra week in koh phangan interspersed with yoga and guitar playing. I have changed all my pre trip plans ( not that there were many) and will now head off on Monday for Bangkok to sort Vietnam visa and stay with Kerry for a few days. Despite being massively behind ...
... GONE forever somewhere on the bottom of the Gulf of Thailand and she will not see it EVER again. I do though and I am concerned, this is a toy that has kept her occupied for literally hundreds of hours of travel and home time. What will WE do to keep her busy NOW. Another interesting thing about Nikky Beach was how clear the water was, when we first got there no one had stirred the water up and we could see right to the bottom. There were these mounds of ...
This is Erik posting.
I am sure that all of you who follow Instagram or Facebook already know about our house guests yesterday.
I thought I should tell "The rest of the Story"... (I have always been a huge fan of Paul Harvey's radio show.)
We checked into our Japanese Style Bungalow two days ago. It is so picturesque-- complete with roosters and cats all around the outside.I feel like I am back at the farm with all the roosters ...
... happiness, forgiveness, health etc) then on the way out we took our opportunity and took part in a little ceremony where a monk sat in front us and blessed us with holy water (no idea what he was saying mind) then got a funky bracelet which he tied on and is there to make you "lucky in life". Thursday we donned the helmets and aviators yet again and hit the road in search of a mummified monk that we had heard about. Eventually finding it we took a ...
... the best seats in the house like noobs. We later sampled these seats and concluded they were overrated - too hoss! Congee for breakfast, Asian's know how to do it. Sarah has white omelet and spinach. Tastes like nothing. Also french toast, but doesn't eat it.
The hotel offered a complimentary tour so we didn't bother wedding guests. It was free, so obviously we went for it, and luckily we even managed to get home in time for the ceremony!