Wunder Bungalow

Address: 56/3 Bangniang Village Khukkhak, Takuapa, Phangnga, 82190, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56/3 Bangniang Village Khukkhak, Takuapa, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

School holidays and a trip to the lake

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 09, 2015

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... or two we banged on his window to stop him, realising that he was taking us to the Police Boat Memorial Park. We soon arrived at the correct place and had a beautifully relaxing day on the beach moving only from our sunbeds to take a dip in the turquoise sea or for lunch at the restaurant. My glass noodle soup with prawns was excellent and contained five of the biggest and juiciest prawns imaginable. Marilyn declared it to be one of the most idyllic beaches she ...

Reinforcements arrive

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Feb 16, 2015

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Next morning the air felt a lot fresher and the grass was noticeably greener. Nadine and Veronica had asked if we might do our lesson preparation today so that they could have a free day on Monday. Ken had our subjects ready for us. The girls, as trained teachers, understood exactly what we needed to do and in no time at all we had finished. We just had time for a coffee before Martin joined us at 12 o’clock for the day’s lessons at Koh Nok ...

German invasion

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 16, 2015

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... their first week’s teaching although the two young Welsh girls had been in a rather remote village and one of them who was coeliac had eaten practically nothing all week.

We had nearly finished the lesson preparation when a new volunteer appeared at the door. He was an independent and so would be joining our team and he was German! My heart sank. Russell was finishing next Thursday and so after that it was looking as if the team was going ...

Long weekend for the King's birthday

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 05, 2014

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... finished in preparation for the 10th anniversary of the tsunami in a few weeks time. The area had been concreted and a garden laid out with water in the centre, a bridge and covered pavilion, footpaths and exercise equipment. It was clearly someone’s grand plan but it looked a bit scruffy and the water was already full of plastic bottles and polystyrene food containers. Next to it was a large marble monument resembling a wave. The ...

Day 3- 6/9/14 - it's tour time!!

A travel blog entry by elf87 on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... who pointed out interesting facts as we walked through the caves. Much like caves in Australia, this cave had 'mites' and 'tites' and was huge and beautiful. The front section of the cave had an enormous golden statue of Suwankuha and multiple smaller (but still big) statues along the walls. There was a Buddhist monk performing blessings as well as a couple of dogs and cats! Outside the cave were some large trees, and creepers ...

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