Beluga School for Life

7/5 Moo4, Tambon Thung Mapraow, Phangnga, 82120, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 7/5 Moo4, Tambon Thung Mapraow, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

Khao Sok National Park

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Mar 23, 2014

192 photos

... Anyway, we continued the trek back to our bungalow. At night, the guides took us out again for a trip under the stars. Living in a city you never get to see the night sky with no lights around. We were lucky as well as was new moon. We tried to spot nocturnal animals but they weren't willing to show themselves.
The next day, we left at 7am for a boat ride to spot animals. The morning colour at this hour are ideal for photography and we saw langurs and gibbons in the trees. ...

A shaky start to the week

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 11, 2013

25 photos

... lessons today. Victor ended the class by playing a couple of tunes for the children on his “quatro”, a four stringed Venezuelan instrument similar to a ukelele.

Then we collected all our paraphernalia and set off for the weekly visit to the ”Home & Life Orphanage”. There is a pleasant café and gift shop at the orphanage and as we had arrived before the children were back from school we had time for a drink and ...

Seven Days of Sabai Sabai: Part One

A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Nov 16, 2013

4 photos

... we got to Phuket. Additionally, I was quite disappointed in Phuket. The Mexican food we ate was really good (my margarita not as much), but there was really nothing in the area that we were staying at in Phuket to do, had we had any energy to do anything after dinner.

I will make another post talking about the second half of my fall break in Ko Lanta. Here are some pictures of the first part of the trip as well.


Rain, rain, come and play!

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... the nicest places we have stayed yet. There are lovely flowers everywhere and the room itself is tastefully done with stone tile and natural rocks in the bathroom and little touches here and there that take it a notch above ordinary.The owners, Sisco and Née are super nice and have offered wonderful advice about what we should do and not do during our time here. They are the perfect hosts. This morning we got up at 5:30 and got to Khao Sok ...

Island. James Bond Island.

A travel blog entry by redcanoe1 on Dec 27, 2012

45 photos

... forests and sea caves. Coral reef and amphibious fish line the rocks and shore and getting in with the canoe provided an amazing opportunity to view the sea life up close.

At the end of the evening we returned to Phuket and stopped for Thai massages before heading out to our favourite street market for one last authentic Thai dinner. I'll never again have such delicious Thai food outside of Thailand. Tomorrow we're making our way back to Malaysia!