Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... I'd be definitely freaking out so Gonzalo actually managed to handle the whole situation very well.
Apart from the above mentioned snakes the guy was also in possession of two water snakes. One of them was poisonous and the other one wasn't. The guy demonstrated it in a very funny way. He grabbed one of the snakes and dropped him on the cover of the cage and said in English with a strong Thai accent: "This is poisonous." Then he snatched the second snake, threw him next ...
... yet another motorbike joyride. Sitting quietly at a table we noticed a guy with grazes and serious cuts on his face, shoulder, chest, arms, legs and an ankle bandage was covering a suppurating wound. His name was Nick an Englishman halfway through his holiday. " A dog jumped out - I wasn't going fast" It is the standard answer for anyone involved in a motorbike accident. We set off from Pra Ae swerving around the potholes and checking for any feral Cocker Spaniels. ...
... Phi is drinking and getting tattoos, the island is very pretty and has a beautiful beach. Also, one of the bars was organizing a Muay Thai boxing event every night. Meaning that as a costumer you can subscribe to fight with a friend or another costumer, which I of course had to try. None of the guys I was with wanted to fight with me though (excuse: they don't fight with girls). Instead, they found me another girl to fight with. However, this girl had ...
... checked in and within a few minutes saw Michelle (from Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Koh Rong, Kampot, most of Vietnam!). After a late-afternoon visit to the beach for the sunset (probably the best one I've seen on my trip) that night the 3 of us, along with a guy called Alex who we had met in the hostel, headed down to Long Beach to 'The Dong Bar' where Miguel Lema was DJing, a good friend from back in Javea. The bar was ...
... why, but everything you normally wouldn’t do like ride in the back of a truck or zig zag in and out of traffic in a tuk tuk with no seatbelts or helmets seemed safe. There is something so freeing about riding in transportation without restraint. While in route Susanna phoned Robbie to see if he could get his hands on some medicine for seasickness (just in case!).
We arrived and met Robbie who had successfully landed some seasick meds. He handed us each ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet