Lanta Pavilion Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... from toilet bowl stains to teeth to anything nasty that may be harboring in your GI tract.
While Kris was recuperating, Sarah and I buddied up for a second dive. This time we stayed down about an hour and got below 16 meters (we’re both pretty light air consumers). We saw lion fish, puffer fish, clown fish, a giant sea star (that was moving very quickly), and some great barracudas. At this point I was feeling 100% comfortable in the water and had a lovely ...
... you were doing! They were reading the paper under their gazebo, they had a BBQ going and the one police check they brought their flat screen tv outside to watch the thai boxing! Absolutely mad! They haven't been brain washed into scamming tourists here yet I don't think! Even the locals seem a lot nicer. One beach we stopped at had a huge resort on it, the resort was absolutely dead with about 5 people there! The beach was dirty and had sewage ...
... needed a good night’s sleep too! For the last week we had been only getting a few hours’ sleep, despite being tired and heading to bed around 9-10, the morning yoga bell would waking us up early from yet another bad night’s sleep, a rock hard sleeping “mattress” and sweltering to freezing temperature oscillation all added to the mix – sleep was a long and distant memory for us, ha ha. Morning Yoga became more of a pain than a pleasure as body and mind ...
... Bay, possibly the main attraction. The main beach on Phi Phi Lay this is where Leonardo DiCaprio shot scenes for the film "The Beach", and you could understand why. It's difficult to describe how the mountains surrounding the beach provided such appeal but they certainly did! Similar to Railey Beach in Krabi it was busy with people and the sun was no longer on the beach having gone behind the mountains so we sat and enjoyed the view, posing for a couple of pictures as we ...
I'm glad I came back slightly earlier than the girls as we had to be up at 9 to move onto Koh Lanta, another Thai island further south. Ellie and I walked our bags to the pier and had some breakfast whilst the others paid for their bags to be carried. The boat was a couple of hours so again we napped. We had to pay to get on this island as well as Phi Phi which is awkward when you've got your front and back pack on in a squashed queue ...