Sundays Sanctuary Resort & Spa

Address: 165/4 Moo1 Tumbon Bo Pud, Surat Thani, 84320, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 165/4 Moo1 Tumbon Bo Pud, Surat Thani.
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Travel Blogs from Surat Thani

The only Farang in the village

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on May 12, 2014

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... know where I live and who offer me an English teaching job (which I decline). For three days, I hang out in town, discovering new ways to order six thousand different types of fried rice and trying to adjust to the heat (which is so hot that it renders me instantly drenched as soon as I step out the door- this is not a climate for light colours). By the third day, not only am I going a little stir crazy, but I'm also seriously at risk of forgetting how to speak ...

Days 157 - 159: Koh Phangan to Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Mar 23, 2014

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... come down to the shore to drink. Once again it was more of a boat ride listening to jungle stories as we passed around a bottle of Sangsom, the local rum. We did see a civet (small wild cat) in a tree. That night I didn't drink any liquids as I feared of falling through the hole in our bungalow on the way to the washroom in the middle of the night. And we both wore earplugs as the sound of the jungle was as loud as a car alarm. The next morning we were woken up ...

Overnight bus journey to Koh Phangan

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Nov 16, 2013

... the bus, the lights were turned out and we did manage to get some sleep in. At around 2am I was woken by cold water dripping on my arm: our air con was leaking too. It quickly became clear that this was not a confined problem as water began dripping out all around us and there was a few mad moments as people all around scrambled in the dark to try and swap seats and avoid the drips. One girl even ended up sitting in the aisle at the back as her seat was so ...

Koh Tao diving adventure

A travel blog entry by lauracollett88 on Aug 20, 2013

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... done some diving previously in Egypt (saved my ass today). Finishing by 1430 I had the rest of the day to chill out on the beautiful white sandy beach and lush blue waters of Koh Tao. The weather has finally got good for me and I could sort out my tan : ). I'd spoken to a few people who had warned me about Koh Tao bug that everyone seems to be getting hit with and not to use the tap water (big late now). I don't think it's a bug really just ...

Island trekking in Southern Gulf Coast

A travel blog entry by eddim on Jul 25, 2013

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... Buddhist lent. Not deterred we found a beverage store up the street that was selling, but that evening they stopped as well. The non-sale of alcohol was only for a 24 hour period but lent lasts for three months and is the time when many males go through ordination to become a monk. Charlie’s story was now making sense, sort of. For dinner we just want to a place on the corner and I convince Lynne to try the No-name vegetable appetizer we had been ...