Twin Lotus Resort and Spa
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... weeks left on our visas and to catch the fever would mean to be sick for at least one week.
So we went back and to the Clayzy House and explained our situation to this guys. The situation was quiet special because the boss was not around for three weeks and the place was running just by volunteers. But they understood our situation and the place was not busy at this time of the season. So they could let us go with out being in troubles.
... is why the nearby beach areas are busy) but we did take a long tail boat out on the river to visit the Khao Khanab Nam cave and call in at a so called fish farm. A bit more walking once we were on dry land also enabled us to see the impressive Kaew Grovaram Temple. It is cheaper than the beach area in the town but there is not too much to see or do either, or at least not that we found.
The long tail boat owners also ...
... then edge your way over to a ledge to jump off. There were many places you could jump off actually but there were a couple of points that had wider ledges where you could turn around and hang out for a bit and then jump. There were also some higher points from which you could jump and lower ones. I knew in advance I wasn't going to do any of the high ones - just the basic jump for me. Climbing the rope ladder was extremely difficult. Did I mention that ...
... deluxe blue barrel, our next step was to find the ideal pick up place on the truck route. I have mentioned that the east end of Elephant Road is one kilometer from our house. There, Elephant Road meets the East Coast Highway that traverses from Saladan to Old
Town and beyond to the Sea Gypsy Village. The east coast is all mangrove shoreline, populated by local long time residents of Koh Lanta. Our property is part of Thung Yee Peng, a municipality ...
... a mattress. It's common in this part of the world to be asked that question.
I turned and yelled out, "62."
The young girl punched a 62 onto a calculator and showed it to me. When I confirmed the number she quickly translated for mama.
"Mama 61," the girl said.
"How old you?" I asked, pointing at my inquisitive translator. I had her pegged at 18.
She punched a pair of numbers in then showed me the machine. It ...