Amandara Island Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... elephants can live to around 70.
Another hot day of course so our guides gracefully handed out some water to us whilst we admired the elephants wondering around. They all had handlers with them. After about 15 minutes we started to see the elephants return from their trek and we were then directed up the stairs to a platform where the elephants stood enabling people to get off and us to get on.
And so, all too soon, the end of my stay was in sight and I needed to start thinking about visiting my favourite places for the last time and saying my goodbyes.
Saturday began with poached egg on toast at Duo Cafe. The only other customer was a middle aged Canadian man who told me he lived in Cambodia but was spending a couple of months in southern Thailand. When I tried to discover what he did in Cambodia he became rather evasive and muttered ...
... the way in and I paddled out. Its safe to say that Mike had more control than me and the way back was slightly less peaceful with various crashing sounds and me laughing hysterically. We had to get the kayak back to our beach but I was done for and just couldnt paddle against the waves. Mike luckily still had some strength left and managed to get it back on his own, much to my relief.
We had dinner at our resort. Whilst we were chatting, the place was suddenly inundated ...
... We arranged to meet at 9am the next day. Day 15 The night's sleep in the bungalow wasn't the easiest as I kept hearing creatures inside! I think it was only a gecko but imagination is an annoying thing in the dark! We had decided to go for the camping trip so we had to pack just a small bag with the bare essentials. We got to Kai's place and got offered a hearty breakfast of fried eggs, toast, bacon and sausage to set us up...YUM! Then we were off. We were joined by Boom, ...
... to a trip to White Sands Beach. I asked the taxi driver to take me to the Boatyard Restaurant and was pleased to find plenty of sunbeds available. The weather was once again variable which might have deterred some visitors but the sun shone intermittently and the rain stayed away. So I had a wonderful day. This beach is always scenic and I strolled along the edge of the sea stopping from time to time to take photos. At one point I noticed that someone had been busy ...