Amara Ocean Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it had a very small hole - big enough for only the straw - and it was OK. The waiter did not fare so well and Rosemary noticed a cut on his foot and he limped around the rest of our stay.
We had one more stop to try to snorkel next to a sandy beach with umbrellas that you could probably see from the hotel or fishing village beach but the water was too deep for Hanna and me and Rosemary didn't find much as she swam out to some rocks in ...
... the Kyat on a couple of bottles of Burmese wine before sitting with our last Myanmar beer of the trip. Plane about twenty minutes late - not very busy so moved & spread out away from American guy wearing a face mask & cleaning down the tray table with a wet cloth!! Arrived in Bangkok at 7.30pm & walked across the bridge to our hotel-Amari (room5112)-only changed room once as first one had twin ...
... and huts amid manicured lawns and swaying palms. Our room wasn't ready yet so Cindy waited in the outdoor lobby while I walked the property grounds to see what we were in store for. At this time, Ngapali caters to mid to high level clientele, meaning prices were a lot steeper than we were used to. Eventually, Cindy came to join me for a walk to the resort bar to enjoy two pricey cold beers. I hate having to keep track of how much I spend ...
... from the hotel back to the airport at 08.30 then a flight to Yangon. It wasn't clear that as well as checking in that we also needed to go through immigration at another desk. Bit of a bun fight but eventually all completed.
With over 6 hours till our connecting flight we intend to have lunch at Miramar Life ...
Before breakfast we walked along the beach, again turning left and went much further than the other day. I'm glad we did: over 100 small boats bringing in their catch. It was carried to the sand and many of the fish were dried. We think it was rice straw put down, covered with blue plastic sheets and then the fish out to dry; this was the very tiny whitebait type fish. Bigger fish were dried off the ground.