Twin Lotus Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
Getting a little slack at writing these entries but in our defence the wifi at lotus resort is a pain and keeps cutting out...something everyone's moaned about here but then you sit back...look around and think is that all we have to moan about?! So we turned up at the port to other girls horror with nowhere to stay...no ideas in mind apart from …
We thought that the island across from where we were was Koh Lanta, but were mistaken. Our taxi driver drove through the first island and then we stopped at another pier: there was a second ferry crossing! I stayed in the car while Edd and his friend went to inspect the bridge they were busy builing that would make the second ferry crossing obsolete. It took a grand total of 20 minutes to load up, cross and then off load. ...
... a bag of chips except the chips look like French fries. They are actually pretty good..sort of like those puffed veggie sticks, except they've potato...but the really funny thing is that inside the bag are two packets of ketchup. Around 5:30 we head out for the night market..we nave a general idea in which direction we need to walk. I found a kitty or two with collars so this makes me happy:) I miss my girl:( Anyhow, Ed and I walked approximately 15-20 mins to ...
At 6 in the morning we get up to start our journey on the motorbike to Ko Lanta. It is still quiet on the road now so we can drive to Ko Lanta easily. We can see the sunrise through the mountains. We need to take two ferries to arrive at Ko Lanta Yai, the southern island of Ko Lanta. We find a nice bungalow at the beach and spend the rest of the day there. Ko Lanta's sea had many rocks in it which looks beautiful. The seaside bar ...
... watching the rain come down around us.
The next morning although overcast it seemed possible to venture outside and explore some of the southern tip of Ko Lanta. We found ourselves a driver (such a sweet guy!) who drove us up to Old Town. He agreed to collect us in 2 hours which would give us enough time to grab some lunch and shop around.
We sat on the pier in one of the restaurants and tried to force down way ...