The Kib Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... around by various Camp Leaders. People can stay 1-5 nights depending on what outings they want to complete. The 1.5 hour Elephant Experience was our first outing we set out for after lunch. The local Mahout People look after and tend to 12 elephants on a 1-1 basis. They use a wooden stick with a hook on the end of it to 'suggest' to the elephants where to go. Christine pipes up and asked if there were any for sale to help 'direct' her husband - I am not sure they ...
... had been a burglary in one of the bungalows while I was away, and some money had been stolen and so I was advised not to leave valuables around. I noticed that lights had been installed along the wall at the rear of the bungalows.
I met Phil at Wimanthip Restaurant later and we had some excellent stir fried dishes. I was glad to get back to some spicy food again. Afterwards we adjourned to Tarzan Bar for our first Chang Beers (also better than the ...
... t see them as the mother would be protective. We kept hearing crashes and seeing signs but we luckily, or unluckily, didn't see them. The jungle was amazing and on the whole 4-5 hour trek we didn't see anyone as we were deep using paths (which you often couldn't see) that only local guides know. There was bamboo everywhere and huge trees. Kai found a baby chameleon and gave it to me to hold. He also showed a crazy horned spider called a Buffalo Spider. About an hour in ...
... serious business of lighting our lanterns began, Despite being the cheapest and smallest you could buy they were surprisingly successful with only Nicky’s plummeting unceremoniously into the sea. We all then went for our first paddle of 2015 whilst draining the last of our bottles of beer and then set off to walk north along the beach to see what was happening at the other end.
The hotels we passed were remarkably quiet by now but as we approached Peter Bar ...
... then the bruises started forming. It was amazing how much pain could apparently be inflicted by such a small masseuse!
The local cuisine served in the hotel was really nice and we ate out at a couple of nearby restaurants as well. We ate various curries and noodle dishes as well as some great seafood. Our favourite dishes however were a steak salad in a chilli/lime dressing (Yam nuea), sea bass steamed with lemongrass, chilli and lime ...