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Address: 25/2 Moo 2, Mae Haad, Ko Tao, 84280, Thailand | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 25/2 Moo 2, Mae Haad, Ko Tao, is near Koh Nang Yuan, Island Cruises, and Rocky Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Tao

    Warning: Thai massage!

    A travel blog entry by debandadam on May 17, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... same... Went for breakfast and then bought tickets for our next journey (we've decided to leave tomorrow) and then sat in the sea for an hour! The sun here is ridiculously strong and our factor 30 is just not cutting it haha, the only place we're not either a sweaty mess or burning up is in the sea, and even that is hot! The nicest place to be is inside a 7/11 shop with their air con (I have actually placed my head inside ...

    Ko Toa and old friends

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 26, 2015

    9 photos

    ... We have a dinner booked at a Japanese restaurant and have already put the booking back half an hour. Nui was keen to take us here and has persuaded the owner to open a day early as he had been closed for his holiday and we are delighted that he did. We never have had a proper meal in a Japanese place and Nui and Pixy's faces drop when we tell them this as they are now worried we might not enjoy it. It is typically Japanese style with ...

    Day 45. Advanced & night dives

    A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Dec 16, 2014

    ... benches, exercise machines) to regrow the very dead coral in that region.




    The main difference at night is fairly obvious-the visibility is non-existent, so you can only see what's in the beam of your torch. We had hoped to see some unusual creatures but it was fairly quiet-managed to see a moral eel, a titan trigger fish and a giant puffer fish. It was quiet eerie at night, a bit like going into the woods at night!
    After the dive I met with Beth for ...

    The Thai Islands

    A travel blog entry by adventuresofec on Aug 05, 2014

    Golden stretches of beach, peaceful turquoise lagoons, and 20,000 people partying by the sea. This was our vision for the Thai Islands; but first we had to get there.

    We hopped on a Sleeper train in Bangkok after a frantic tuk-tuk drive to the station. We sped south throughout the night without a wink of sleep, and were greeted with a 5 hour delay at the pier. A 9 hour journey rolled into 20 hours of hanging ...

    Ep. 16 Life on Koh Tao

    A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Jun 25, 2014

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... we sign up for an intensive week course in Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing), the brutality was due to start the following morning at 8am and each morning that week. Needless to say some mornings were tough with the 30+ heat even at that time in the morning, but the course was great and the instructors very serious.




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