Cha-Da Beach Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Cha-Da Beach Resort & Spa Ko Lanta
Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... pool that looks directly out to sea and there is no dance music anywhere to be found!!
We unpacked (as we actually have a wardrobe here) and headed off to the pool with our books! We spent the day lying on our sun loungers either reading or dozing and having the occasional dip in the pool. We even made the long journey of approximately 20 steps to the restaurant at lunchtime!
We stayed by the pool all day and actually watched the sunset from inside the pool ...
... the main section of the beach, and that the resort was too family oriented. We needed something more centered with less kids running around the pool!
So our accommodation shopping continued for quite some time until we were brought to another relative's place renting bamboo huts! It looked pretty decent, having a hammock on the veranda and a mosquito net over the bed, but was lacking a second bed where the none-gay partner could sleep in! As we ...
We woke up at 8.10am so had missed the chance to do the four islands so instead had a day on our beach. It was lovely; warming in the sun then going in the sea to cool down and repeat over and over again. After showering where we found we had a bathroom mate in the form of a toad, we headed off to have our final meal of Koh Lanta. Just as we were leaving the room, a fair sized wasp flew in; I ...
... my second drive on a scoot. It was great. I drove (fast) to the north of the island. The island is so quiet. There is hardly anything on the one road going all the way round. We really got to see loads of rural places and great views on the bike. We looked around Saladan which is the town to the north. It's got a lot more going on, with a lot of market stalls. We went back to our hotel quickly to freshen up, and dropped our bag off. We ...
... and their roast dinner. Emma's Nana made a sawing motion across her neck which i think means come home, now Emma.
The rain on Monday kept us in a hammock moving only to avoid an emperor scorpion that came in green and a giant leech that came in the bathroom, up the toilet, to be sprayed down again, to slither up again, we called him Larry and his perseverance earned an end to his butt gun torture. The rain let up and we headed to the national park. Around a ...