Amandara Island Resort
Travel Blogs from Phangnga
... we were all soaked. So, we took off the wet clothes and went swimming, it was ace swimming in a bath temperature freshwater lake with torrential rain overhead. Keam made a slippery pole out of a bamboo tree for us to try and balance across. None of us could do it other than Keam who was like a cat and did it forward and backward.
That night we chilled with amazing food and some beer. The next day we were up at 6am to go on a morning safari around the lake. ...
... being given to you and the Thai dinner that we had gave us both a dodgy stomach. Initially we had thought it might be fun to stay within the grounds of the National Park, either in one of the wooden huts on the lake or, even more ambitious, a tent. Although, after reading some oddly optimistic reviews online about sharing your bed with the odd few lizards and insects we concluded that Luke's fear of spiders and my own ...
... a plethora of five different drugs anyway. I think my total “emergency room” bill came to $12 -including medications!
In the meantime, Russ and I had both decided to head south to Kao Laak to this $100 a night resort that we were supposed to be at in 4 days, one of our once a week “splurge” nights. But since our last little island adventure was cut short – and knowing that neither of us were about to get on a boat back there any time ...
... drive a 4x4, live in a mansion, drive a saxo.
I'm literally getting so fat, not going to say what mark has said but he's basically let me know I'm a whale. Too many pot noodles. When one can't eat wheat this isn't good. And I smell like a sticky toddler or a chocolatey **** apparently. Please tell me more about my great life.
I literally smell so bad.
Spending my nights on whatsapp to ...
... as tame as the ones Meagan and I found in Malaysia during the summer. They posed for pictures but wouldn't try to steal any food you had on hand. As we started out on this part of the tour, we wondered if we had got ourselves into a big tourist trap with stops at local sites filled with vendors peddling seashell necklaces and bananas to feed the monkeys. Don't get me wrong: monkeys are great and I love them as much as the next person, but they're also a dime ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service