Eurolanta White Rock Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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The number one method of transportation in Thailand (and Cambodia) is without a doubt the scooter. In Pai, we ambled along "Walking Street" with the constant nagging fear that at any point we could be run down by some rushed Thai or inexperienced out-of-towner, and we've seen more white people with skinned ankles than we can count. Even the taxis are divided between cars, vans, and tuk tuks, which are scooters with a sort of covered trailer attachment that includes a ...
... ourselves a banana and Nutella shake for dessert from the same street vendor as earlier. They were even better tasting! We got back to the hotel just in time for the heavens to open and the rain absolutely hammered it down! It was like billets falling from the sky! And then we were left without power for about 20 minutes again! This afternoon we lost power for about 30 minutes just as I was about to go in the shower! Typical, as we had an electric ...
... back onto its original course. Sad times, we all loose our way from time to time, and being lost and not being able to get back on course, like a ship in the wide ocean is, especially in the case of this retreat is a tragedy come true. If only we had the magic compass, but despite our efforts, we did not manage turn the ship around.
The time we spent there was an experience in many ways, and it’s a shame that it didn’t live up to our expectations, and also that we ...
Koh Lanta for us was more for a bit of recuperation after a lot of partying and general hecticness before even more of the same on Koh Phangan and the Full Moon Party! We had also heard about an animal rescue centre which we were pretty keen to visit! We arrived on the island in the late afternoon and stayed in a bungalow resort and went for the cheapest option which was very basic! No flushing toilet and no aircon! We arranged with the manager ...
... in our restaurant which we soon discovered was going to be a struggle every time as the staff didn't speak much English at all. Even pointing to the English menu seemed difficult for them to understand and therefore frustrating for us! The prices weren't great for the portion sizes but that seemed pretty standard in Thailand. Having sorted my stuff, watched some English tv and drew Lauren a card, after dinner we opted for an early ...