Eurolanta White Rock Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
Photos of Eurolanta White Rock Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Eurolanta White Rock Resort Ko Lanta
Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... I'd choose actually, haha. Suffice to say, we are stripy now... The ferry ride was nice and easy, although we both had numb bums by the time we reached the island. We were just sat on the floor looking out to sea, and eventually I decided my bum had gone dead enough and I should stand up, and when I did, I turned round and there was Koh Jum in front of me... Absolutely beautiful! Our stop is actually called Koh Pu, which is just the name given to the northern part of the island - think ...
... the minute we set off and to make it even harder then was a strong undercurrent which couldn’t be seen from above so every paddle was tough on our backs. But we managed to duck into the forest and hang onto the tree roots and sit quietly watching jumping fish, listening to birds and on the guard for monkeys! This was a very unique place to kayak in but it was just a shame that we had to cut our hour short because ...
Thankfully the boat for Koh Lanta (the next stop) departs from Koh Phi Phi at the civilized time of 10am and is only an hours' boat ride across the Andaman Sea. The weather in the morning is clear and the sea is calm. We sit in the morning sun on the top deck of the boat so we can admire the incredible surroundings.
Koh Lanta is the biggest island on ...
Ahhhhhh! I had a bit here about where I am with Christine. I chose to take it out, preferring instead to share it with her alone, once our six month "letting go" period ends next month. We haven't talked for six months so I have to accept that she may not want to hear.
I miss it sure. I miss my people, absolutely! I feel the distance grow... perhaps past the snapping point. I realize some of the relationships I took for granted will not ...
... a big boat with room for about 40 people and has 3 big Johnson engines hanging on the back. It was quite expensive (1900 Bath) and would take us in about 3 hours to Koh Lipe. The alternative would have been the ferry which would have taken 5 to 6 hours. We left Koh Lanta at 11 am and went through the mangroves for about 20 minutes, really beautiful before reaching open sea where they opened the throttle and went on high ...