Lanta Pavilion Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... food is cheap here. We went down and had supper on the beach. We both had a chicken curry, mine very flavoursome, B's very hot..the first curry he has thoroughly enjoyed. We have a bar called Why not which had a live singer performing,who was very good,they also put on a small fire show for us, very spectacular. Tummy full...time to sleep.. 6/3 had a lie in and then went down to breakfast. Which was a fine treat, we ordered fruit salad thinking it would be a ...
... 8217;s sometimes the little things that we should listen to - those signals that we sometimes sense, but fail to piece together into a coherent message regardless of how often and densely they swarm around us. And boy oh boy they were all around; and we, as many others, didn’t patch them together to create the actuality of what was really going on until we had been there for some time. For example, after performing our gardening duties and seeing beautiful patches of fresh, ...
... to the ferry wasnt too bad. We got on the first of two car ferries needed to cross onto the island. Slowly, slowly, they turned it around and slowly, slowly it made its way over and slowly, slowly they completely overshot the pier. After an agonising wait, we eventually got to the other side and waited for the next ferry! Luckily this captain could drive the thing a bit better and we were soon on dry land again and dropped off at our accommodation.
Noel got drunk very quickly last night so he was suffering more than me. The beer is 6% and he sank a few Chang before we even started on the buckets. I was knackered as woke up early. We got the ferry at 11.30am from the same port we came in on. It cost us 300 Baht each. A man on the boat was lovely. We got a taxi with him and he got us through the island charge queue ...
... have a bash at some Muay Thai boxing, which is the (violent) national sport of Thailand. The gym, which is down a narrow dirt track off the main road, turns out to be a very professional outfit, with its own onsite hotel, swimming pool and fitness centre. After an hour and a half of kicking, elbowing punching and a lot of sweating, Fred decides he is mad keen to thrash himself some more, and we sign up for a weeks' training, then stroll over to have ...