Ting Rai Bay Resort
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... deep lagoon for more swimming (jumping off the front of the boat). Next stop was Monkey Beach, which was completely full of 'cute' monkeys that would happily bite your hand off for food (we skipped that activity!). En route we pull up next to Viking Cave - apparently infamous for centuries old cave paintings of Viking Ships, but now home to a bird colony whose 'spit' is collected and ...
... a stage with 8 other Canadians.
There was endless laughter and a few tears with Leanne and Shannon, who I have recently had to say goodbye to. There were several days without beer and cigarettes. There may have been a mild 'milkshake' catastrophe the details of which must never be on the Internet, and the mosquitos were relentless. We joked more than once that we felt like we were in a rehab clinic designed in hell.
A wild week to say the least. We had ...
... but there were no guarantees on how it would end up basically was what was concluded --> I think more so on Mel's part than Jamie's. - Mel and I went diving the day after with Aquanauts. Greg was our dive master and not a very great one compared to what we were used to. It seemed like Mel and I found more things than he did! This visibility was only 5m and I just didn't find it very interesting in comparison to Mabul. It was just really nice to be back underwater again, ...
... just simply frickin' love it here!!
I mean, my life here on Koh Lanta is simple. All I really need to do is get up. Sometimes that's all I will do in a day! My work ethic has always been tinged with laziness. Now I can fully indulge myself in that trait. Oh, but not without some guilt. Especially after talking with folks working hard to secure their future. A reasonable guilt that suggests that maybe I need to be doing the same. I let this feeling ...
I'd seen signs for a bar in the area called the Mong bar (aptly named I might add). We rounded a corner and found it, but it looked it was closed, as we drew nearer you could hear the reggae music and see a bonfire. Once you got almost upon it we noticed hundreds of laser lights facing out from the bar and they were projected onto the cliffs opposite. It was truly surreal. One of the most surreal places I've ever been too. They had comfy ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTing Rai Bay Resort Koh Jum
Very chilled atmosphere with lovely huts perched on the hills. The staff were so friendly and never stopped smiling, even when we could see they were exhausted after a long day at work.
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