Motive Cottage Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Motive Cottage Resort Phangnga
Travel Blogs from Phangnga
... forgiven me! You could tell straight away she'd given birth. Gone was the pregnant belly and there were the pups all snuggled up on the stones! I fussed her for a while then she went off to find Ae no doubt to try to get some food. I'd asked Ae to look out for her before we left- for some reason she runs away from most of the people working at the lake but she loves him and he seemed to have kept to his word.
I had to get in my hands and knees ...
... take some explaining to do, and may sound like I've gone a bit bonkers, but you will have to wait till the next post to read the details. I finished up my days in Khao Lak in sunny bliss, and when I left, realized this may be the last time in a while I will see this place. Thanks for the great times Khao Lak, I'm sure I'll see you again some day!
Up next, back to Bangkok....
... We carried on though and paddled past the bat caves at the back of the island. You could hear the high pitched calls and I saw a few shadows flitting past. Then we headed to the mangroves near Golden Buddha. It was much calmer here and at points we hardly had to paddle, we just floated along admiring the scenery. We saw some hornbills, herons, amphibious fish and heard some monkeys. At points, trees had fallen into the water so we had to paddle round them or duck. Mike ...
... and adopting a less rigid and ambitious and more relaxed and informal style of teaching. Nevertheless I was still glad of a recuperative hour by the pool when we got back.
Phil and I ate at Khao Lak Thai Foods restaurant on Friday night. It was busy but we managed to secure the last table. Afterwards we went back to Monkey Bar where the same Thai musician was playing as on the previous night. The woman singer was there too but only did a couple of ...
... to glee when a particularly large wave broke against the sea wall and drenched several of the tables nearest to the water. There were shrieks as diners leapt to their feet. The staff hurriedly started moving the tables further back and things settled down again until, about 10 minutes later, another wave broke over the wall. Nicky and I were in stitches. What excellent entertainment this was for us at our less well situated but completely dry table! At the ...