Amandara Island Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... curries, rice, fresh fruit...amazing. All the people were so lovely and happy...which I'm not surprised at living where they do! A cool evening was had by playing uno on the decking of our bungalow, sipping some beers and having damn good time. I love Khao Sok but was kinda hesitant to shout about it because it needs to stay as it is and not get overrun by tourists and be ruined. Extremely grateful I got to see it before it gets to that stage. Amazing place and will be a tough one to ...
... the cave, Aof points out the hole we were going into the cave by...note I said HOLE. I thought he was joking around but he wasn't. So we all get in our swimwear ready. At this point I would like to mention we all looked pretty funny and I'm glad cameras got put away. The general fashion for swimming in the cave - swimwear, socks and trainers and head torches. We did look funny. I was annoyed with my head torch, it wasn't very bright. Just before we enter the ...
... My flight arrived in Bangkok at 1 am Paris time. Bangkok time it was 6am. There is a 5 hour difference.
Getting off the plan is like walking into a think wall of humidity. You can hardly breath it's so think.
I feel more winging will take place this week about the weather, and it's ability to make me into a lather of sweat without doing anything. That sticky feeling just isn't a nice one.
We got off the plane at ...
... Gun. Many tourists visit the bay on organized tours from Phuket or Krabi, but we opted to try for a more authentic trip out to the bay via longtail boat from Phang Nga. While Phuket was full of mostly tourists, we were one of only a few Western faces in Phang Nga, which was quite refreshing.
Based on a recommendation on Travelfish, we booked a tour with M.T. Tours in Phang Nga. We had originally signed up for a full ...