Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and furl the headsail. We put in two reefs and furled the headsail in to about 1/2 size. Long operation for us two because not only did we have to actually 'do' it we had to figure out 'how' as we went along. But we did and I can tell you that the sense of relief that I felt was palpable. Plus there was the increased confidence in the boat that it could handle that and that it would not let us down even when we treated it poorly (pressure on the rigging and sails). It was a great ...
... and emma were at a beach party in 30degree heat and it was like something out of Trainspotting, people were going mad, there was people who thought they were on boats, people thinking they were Jamaican... It was hilarious!!!! Then Christmas Day I woke up all excited....and Santa hadn't been so that put me in a huff for a start, Aye cheers Whiting. Dick! We got on our bikinis which was the next weird thing cos there's no chance of doing that in Aberdeen and then we went ...
... that we were going and booked it on the Agoda app before we had even paid our bill! Carpe diem..... We arrived by ferry on the 20th. This time it was us being picked up in the middle of the ocean by our longboat taxi and dropped off on the beach. Our resort was amazing (despite the 88 uneven, high, wet stone steps, which Miriam counted up to our room!) We booked a teak wood villa and were not disappointed. We had a huge ensuite with a sunken bath, and the best bit...the view. We ...
... like father Christmas on his back, singing no woman no cry with a cigarette in his spare hand.
Quickly realizing that was lunch in our sack we laughed and watched our extra thin boat driver push his propellers by hand to set us off on our way.
Our boat driver and guide where so funny and made us laugh the whole day with their cheeky songs and sense of humor.
One hour into our sail to the first island we heard a huge bang and the boat propeller ...
... it was a gorgeous day. The idea quickly formed in our heads that we could hire a longtail boat to rush us over to Maya Bay (which takes about 30 minutes), and we could definitely check it out in time. I was stoked. Of course, the longtail wasn't cheap (1500 baht, about 50 bucks), but when you gotta go, you gotta go. The opportunity presented itself. So we hop in the boat, start zooming over there, and when we are like halfway there, a huge rainstorm hits us. ...