Amandara Island Resort
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... a different planet! They whole area is a reserve and it's quite shallow. It's so interesting to look at. We finally get to our destination and we kayak by ourselves for 20 minutes, except none of us heard the 20 minutes part, so Malinda and I, Luis and Gabriela decide to go to the caves . We anchor and walk inside. We pick shells take photos , go see another cave farther down and then we thought maybe we should return. We did not have to worry, ...
... passed many islands in the bay and had the most impressive sunset when we set to anchor.
After a fun night of cooking up dinner and having a few beers we decided to head out exploring in the morning, one of the island had many tourist boats so we headed for there to see what the attraction was. We brought out the spare dinghy up for Tommy and the boys started organizing pumping it up and bringing the spare engine, although ...
... to hold onto. The brochure looked like so much fun, they were floating down rapids and having a ball! But in reality, the water was 20cm deep and we actually spent the next 45 minutes grinding our asses against the rocks! It was still a LOT of fun but we couldn’t help but feel sorry the little thai men that had to unclog all the congestion when one person would get stuck between two rocks. (Mum and Denice held up the most traffic though).
... crab eating monkey who are usually quite shy. We climbed up to the treehouse/tsunami shelter which was a hot walk but nice amongst the trees. Then we wandered through the grounds of Golden Buddha looking for the restaurant. We walked for quite a while and had to ask a child whether we were headed in the right direction at one point. Eventually we found it and it was quite lavish compared to the rest of the island (as are the bungalows). They have a different limited menu each day. ...
... see that there was clearly an event on and that there would be no teaching today. It was a scouting day and the children from seven local schools had gathered for a day of activities. The children and teachers alike were dressed in scout uniform and there was a small team of very officious scout leaders organising events. We were offered a coffee and joined the staff under the shelter of a pergola whilst the poor children stood in lines in the blazing sun. We ...