Motive Cottage Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Motive Cottage Resort Phangnga
Travel Blogs from Phangnga
... preparing ourselves for the emotional goodbye but we left it until the last possible minute.
It was very emotional, both Sue and I were in tears and Ray looked close too. It was horrible leaving them but so nice to have spent a few weeks together! I'm actually feeling a bit emotional writing this!!
We showed our tickets, said a final tearful goodbye and went off for the next part of our adventure.
Singapore..... Here we ...
... and listening to the rain splattering onto the oversized vegetation all around me.
It soon stopped and I finished the day with a cheap but delicious meal at Ddee Restaurant and a couple of beers on the pavement at Ska Bar. Apart from the bar owner and a group of his cronies I was the only one there.
I had arranged to go and help Ken with another powerpoint presentation on Monday morning. It was on phonics again and didn’t take long as ...
... I got there. The turtle volunteers hadnt arrived yet so I was lucky to be alone on the hill for a while, taking in the gorgeous views and thankfully, decent breeze. A Spanish girl, who turned out to be the marine biologist, arrived and soon was subject to my million questions about turtles. She was brilliant and didn't mind at all. In fact, despite not seeing any turtles feeding, I had a great two hours talking turtles, travelling and food with her. Sadly there had been no ...
... for a quick break and Dave said he felt something in his shoe. He took it off and out fell a big fat full leech!! Aaaaahhhhh! We all started to check and sure enough, we all had the bloodsuckers stuck to us. I had one sucking away on my ankle and found two bites on my other ankle where they had had their fill and fallen off. Dave had one between his toes!! And boy does it bleed where they were. Luckily mine weren't too bad but some of the guys looked like they had been ...
... before walking over to Bang Niang. The little band of children were singing again at the market, stealing customers from “our” orphanage’s bakery stall. I bought some of their banana muffins, chatted to Barbara and Ian who were there with some of the children and then wandered around the market. My supply of fresh fruit needed replenishing and of course I had to go to Blah Blah Bar for a mango shake. For special occasions it had become customary to dine ...