Lanta Villa Resort
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... sight :). The boat only took an hour but it was still horrific for me when I was awake and Emma just laughed at the state of me. Starting to get the impression Emma enjoys my misfortune.... Coming round the corner to get my first glimpse of the island and I remember tapping Emma to look cos nae doot she was fannying around on Instagram (Tehe) and we were both like WOW!!!! Everything about it looked amazing and could instantly feel the buzz around the place. We eventually got ...
... our books and went to bed.
Saturday morning we were up at 6am and rode along the East side of a deserted Lanta. Tourists will come in their droves in about ten days but for now we made it all the way to breakfast without seeing another scooter, tuktuk or overloaded mini van. Our random discovery was Shanti Shanti, a small bamboo shack with a shiny coffee machine and eccentric hippie chic decoration: Bardot and baubles and a funky blues mix on the radio. Ben and ...
... are....surprise, surprise....bombarded with people selling accomodations. For $40 with breakfast the first night $32 without the second night, we get a bungalow on the beach with an outdoor shower. We are literally steps from the beach. Ahh, this is much better. It's a beautiful day. There are puffs of clouds but not enough to block out the sun. This bay is gorgeous. The hills wrap around the bay almost completely enclosing it and the blue waters ...
The rest of the day we spent by the pool just chilling out. In the evening we hired a motorbike and took a ride out to town for some food. We found a nice european restaurant but we wasn't very impressed with the service or food.
The next morning it was stormy and raining. We waited until 11am until it had stopped raining to go out. We wanted to go and see the national park in the south. We ...
... after time. If you show you care and if you make the effort...in even the smallest of ways....then the people in South East Asia smiled and gave and helped. It restored our faith in human beings. It made it seem so possible that as a world, we can actually get along.
Now we head home to Thunder Bay, back to the snow and cold to regroup and reconnect, to hug our children and family and friends before we embark on the next leg of our adventure - Europe.
So far so ...