Amandara Island Resort
- Swimming pool
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... The teachers meanwhile were tucking into some delicious looking grilled fish, some spicy pork, rice of course and a variety of interesting vegetables and green leaves.
It was raining again by the time we returned to Khao Lak. After a particularly heavy shower I decided to venture down to the beach and did manage about an hour there before the clouds looked threatening again and it seemed prudent to head for cover. I nearly got home before the heavens opened ...
... with little enthusiasm towards a paunchy white figure on a sunbed. When I asked if things were going well she pulled a face and replied “I’m not sure yet”.
I walked back though Bang Niang village and took the fork down to the southern end of the beach eager to see what it looked like now. I had heard that the military junta had clamped down, all over Thailand, on beach bars and all the other little businesses operating illegally from private ...
... the edge. We saw a mangrove snake, black with golden rings curled up high in the trees, and many types of birds. Half way along we stopped and went into the jungle where our guide and paddle man picked us some longan fruit and mangosteen fresh from the trees, they were delicious! Lunch was fried chicken, tempura prawns and veg, stir fried veg in oyster sauce, spicy seafood soup, chicken and cashew nut stir fry, omelet, steamed ...
This place is special, very special... First off, I experienced what it was like to sleep on an overnight train for the first time after leaving Bangkok. A 12 hour journey took us to Surat Thani. Bunk beds were made up from the seats a couple of hours into the journey....but I did not sleep. Too loud, too bumpy...I've learnt that I cannot sleep on public transport. Dang. From Surat Thani we were driven for an hour in a minibus and arrived at a pier on a lake to jump into a longboat to ...
... br> So this is my last night in Bang Niang and I have enjoyed my time here. I’m sure during the next four months I shall revisit from time to time but tomorrow I shall be moving to new accommodation a few miles down the road in Khao Lak centre. I am now looking forward to this. Staying in Bang Niang has brought back many happy memories of the times Keith and I spent here but I am ready to explore somewhere new now. Khao Lak will be busier and more touristy, I ...