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 ...
... dining room for a group lunch together before deciding on our activities for the afternoon. The food was amazing. There aren't many places you can say you've been where you enjoy a hearty meal and beverage surrounded by rain forests. Unfortunately, the dates I was travelling through Thailand was the rainy season so random buckets of rain would come from nowhere and soak us. Keep this in mind when you travel here that 5-10 minutes downpours happen frequently and then leave with ...
... me angry. The people of Thailand are so nice, helpful and welcoming, and tourists just swagger around like they own the place speaking in English and expecting everyone to understand. Rant over. I sat up top of the boat feeling seasick and then arrived at Donsak Port where I got a coach, then a pick- up truck with a lid, then another coach and then another pick-up truck. I remember thinking after previous scary journeys in minibuses that I felt a lot safer in ...
... Israeli and therefore don't own these 'trendy' pieces of footwear. We had to wear our hiking boots, it was probably a better idea due to all of the leeches. It wasn't great however having to walk through about 6 rivers - knee deep, and then swim through a cave. Hiking through the jungle was pretty sweat-tastic, very muggy, even with the monsoon rain that just started when we headed into the dense rainforest.
We were on an animal hunt on the way to the cave, no ...