Amazing Ngapali Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
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After a leisurely breakfast outside by the beach we set off for one of our regular walks along the beach. The shore changes so quickly. The soft sand is pushed to and fro by the gentle waves that splash over the larger rocks. We need a geologist to help us with the various strata . Some pieces are shelf like at a 45* angle sharp and thin. Other are flat and look like wavy pillows greenish in colour. Our favourite are the white coral that has amazing ...
... collect the flower petals for floating decorations in large bowls and they were shaking the plum tree ( very small hard plums ) to use in cooking and drinks. There is also a small pool of Coi Carp near reception who always seem hungry. A very large fish was caught today they said it was Mackerel but it didn't have the markings and was soo much bigger than any we have seen. May be it will be listed on the menu tonight. ...
... to sit and read. Or so we thought. Yet again the lens out of Chris new glasses fell out. He had a sleep I read and then later it took me half an hour a torch, nail scissors, twisters and my nail to managed to repair them thankfully. Won't be going back to the optician in Shoreham . It keeps happening and he promised this time they had added special glue ( invisible me thinks ! ) Then off to check e mails on resort computer that ...
... and groups of friends relaxing on the beach with their toes tucked in the soft, warm, sand. I finish my day of with a wonderful visit to The Vera Thomson English School, located behind our hotel. Run by the The Andrew Clark Trust, the school sponsors underprivileged children through state education, from primary school and onwards, providing many more opportunity paths to become available for the locals of Ngapali. The Andrew Clark Trust Fund believes ...
... than where I live in Australia, due to the location and distance from the equator. I lose track of time as I float on my back in the blue ocean, which is calm and void of any large waves. A playlist of Ed Sheeran songs unintentionally starts playing in my head, as I rest like a starfish in the water, eyes closed, soaking in the sun's warmth. Another thing I love so much about Myanmar is how the sun is less harsh compared to in Australia, it ...