Cha-Da Beach Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... out the cringeworthy attempts of the over-confident (over-Chang'd!) Tatler tourist serenading his victims with his rendition of Enrique's 'Hero'. How cliche darling!
MUST DO: Aside from boat trips to other islands the main way to get your heart racing is to scale the island on 30hp of horsepower. Vroom vroom! Get 'on yer bike' and venture to the highest peaks to perve on Ko Lanata's skyline. It's an adrenaline junkie means of visiting the ...
... in our restaurant which we soon discovered was going to be a struggle every time as the staff didn't speak much English at all. Even pointing to the English menu seemed difficult for them to understand and therefore frustrating for us! The prices weren't great for the portion sizes but that seemed pretty standard in Thailand. Having sorted my stuff, watched some English tv and drew Lauren a card, after dinner we opted for an early ...
... and went to see what else was around. We came across a reggae bar, but this was like no other reggae bar we have been too. It had a huge boxing ring in the middle and signs for people to jump in the ring and fight for a free bucket. We thought we would definitely stick around to see this. When we walked in, two huge guys where against each other. We sat down and watched, screaming for the red one to win and booing the blue every time he got a hit in. We came across ...
... we fell lucky as the scooter man came to our rescue within 10 minutes giving us a new scooter, bonus! Little did we know what was round the corner for our remaining Koh Lanta time... To cut a long story short, we visited the Lanta Animal Welfare Centre to help walk some of the dogs and give our time to the many abandoned or abused animals. Koh Lanta is 90% Thai-Muslim culture and due to a certain part of the religion they do not like dogs therefore ...
Arriving in Koh Lanta was a bit daunting. I was on my own, had nowhere to stay and didn't really know where I was. I knew Jack was somewhere on the island! I found a restaurant with wifi and luckily he was online and told me he had booked me into the hostel already. This was a massive relief as everywhere online was quoting about 4x the price! Jack saves the day. Luckily the hostel wasn't too far from where I was so I walked round ...