Golden Buddha Beach Resort
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... working with the communities in Phang Nga in an ongoing effort to rebuild after the devastation of the tsunami in 2004, and to better understand the effects of changing environmental climates on local communities. For my last few days in Thailand the goal is to sustain the long term conservation of the area and aid in the preservation of the natural environment. My presence helped to protect some of the world's most beautiful beaches and coral reef systems. ...
... during high tide.
Forming a horseshoe figure, the pinnacle falls steeply to the surrounding sand bottom at a maximum depth of 35 metres. The south side is a bay with a slope that gently falls to the deep, while the rest comprises sheer walls, groups of rocks and numerous small caves that are home to various marine life.
The majority of corals are colourful soft corals jostling against the ...
... that was until on this journey where we drove past an awful accident. A coach (exactly like the one I was in) was all smashed at the front and flipped on its side off the road. Must have been really terrifying for the people inside.
The lady who owned the place I was staying was lovely, I told her I had booked with her because the reviews on TripAdvisor were excellent, this made her really happy as she said she could speak English but not read it. I booked a ...
... there's a trampoline... in the ocean. Our stay here has certainly been relaxed. We lay by the beach, get lunch, then lay by the pool, then get dinner. There's absolutely no nightlife, but that's okay because the MTV China station aired the VMAs last night - huge win for us. We rented a "terrible" movie the first night - The Romantics, which stars Katie Holmes, Josh Duhamel, and many other great actors. I put "terrible" in quotes because ...
... year in sync with the seasons). At the grand palace we also saw the massive banquet hall that used to be the residence of the king and the weapons museum. After the grand palace we decided to wander and went through the (what we found out later) Amulet Market. It had a to of interesting smells and was mostly made up of locals. It was kind of a sketch area. Eventually we google mapped our location and walked about 20 minutes back to the hotel. We ate a Macaroni Club look ...