Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort and Spa
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Travel Blogs from Nong Thale
... large lounge area with desk, dining area and bar, spa room with a steam room, massage tables and a second lounge. Beyond this room is a small courtyard garden.
Upstairs is the master bedroom that can be extended by opening all the glass doors onto the balcony. Behind the bedroom is a huge walk-in robe with dressing rooms and to the side an ensuite with a large bath, separate shower, vanities and a second shower in an outdoor garden setting.
... like common sense to the point of idiocy, I can't explain the impact it had on me. Blessed with an all or nothing personality in the extreme, I'd studiously avoided any activity that I wasn't instantly brilliant at. This sentiment opened up endless opportunities - permission for me not not be perfect at something. Halfway down the cliff face, I think of the 19 year old version of me that would have been standing impatiently at the bottom, cheerily refusing to try for the risk ...
... t say i enjoyed the ride straight away, I was nervous and worried that i'd fall off. Our guide took our elephats to some kind of odd places too. Let me tell you, 4X4's aren'y agile like elephants. We crossed a river and walked around the jungle a bit. We found ourselves stuck at one point, which was kind of worrying. But the guide eventually got her moving. Sometimes he even jumped off the elephant, who decided she had a mind of her own and took us for a stroll. The ...
... my time on Phi Phi what it was as it made me feel like I belonged in a little community.
3 weeks went by and I quickly became close with everyone else working in the bars on the island, mostly Brits. I was literally living the Phi Phi lifestyle. I know a lot of people always say Phi Phi has been ruined since the Tsunami,it is literally packed with clubs and bars and tourists. I think your opinion on the island is completely based on age, what you are looking for and ...
... remember is garbage, floating in and on every orifice of the island, i would still recommend the island to new comers to Thailand, but unlike too many beautiful ecosystems in Asia its being destroyed and exploited for tourism. Now to Koh Lanta, which i have never been to so I'm partially excited, but mostly just to relax and get away from the epic partying my liver just ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking