Narima Bungalow Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNarima Bungalow Resort Ko Lanta
The nicest beach i went to on this island! Sand and water are so clear. These bungalows are my favourite that i have stayed in so far! Fantastic breakfast!
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... village in Oudomxay, where you will enjoy a quick bite and meet friendly people willing to share stories with you. Once you arrive in Luang Namtha in the late afternoon, you will be accommodated for the night at a local guest house.
... sunset and our only photo of the day) and I decided to stay in for the night leaving Grahame to head out to meet his friend and selflessly drink enough for the both of us.
Hopefully tomorrow will bring a much more healthy day for me (though I doubt it will for Grahame!!)
Monday 1 June...
After a disturbed sleep (happily from Grahame coming home rather than visits to the bathroom) we woke and headed down to the pier to meet Blake at midday. We ...
We left Chiang Mai and landed in Krabi, on flight so bumpy that we almost cried (1). It really wasn't that bumpy but the fact that it was an AirAsia plane no doubt increased our sensitivities to the turbulence and it was pretty bumpy. Krabi Town sits on the banks of a river that empties into the Andaman sea a few kilometers downstream. We arrived at our hotel and quickly arrived at the realization that thinking we could get by with just a fan and no AC was ...
... uncharismatic character as you could possibly imagine, even if you plucked the darkest visions of this ilk from the deepest corners of your mind and created a vision of him you wouldn’t get close. Superman was exactly the kind of character that I quit the corporate world to seek refuge from; he was a walking talking American CEO type, barking out orders whilst his poor disciples scuttled behind him like wounded dogs, tails between their legs, eager to do his bidding; it was sad to ...
... as in don't yell in excitement everyone you see a cool looking fish, don't kick and swim with your arms everywhere in a sense scaring all of the fish BUT Who Cares - we saw some amazing aquatic life in warm waters and it was grand. Sea life we saw included the Giant Moray Eel, .... We started with a swim through a cave with a leader shining a light to lead the way. It was a bit of a gong show with lots of tourists but worth the darkness ...