The Sundays Sanctuary Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 7:45, before we caught the hotel's airport shuttle bus at 8AM. After arriving at the airport, we waited in a queue for 45 minutes to check in for our Bangkok Airways flight to Koh Samui. An hour or so later we had finished looking around the duty free shops, and we were boarding flight PG131, on the ATR72 Turboprop.
Upon boarding, Mum politely dealt with an arrogant Russian peasant, and an hour and a ...
... place and its various trekking routes, but time dictated otherwise. I was able to complete a couple of shorter treks in ridiculous humidity which led to stunning views of cliffs and beaches and followed a family of native Proboscis Monkeys around.
Afterwards, I caught a quick flight over to Mulu to stay a few nights at Gunung Mulu National Park. The flight over brought a quirky start to the trip, after flying in on a mini 68-seater plane, complete with ...
... all the funny business that was going on. We started off watched The Beach (obviously) in a bar and chilling and meeting people. Painting ourselves with fluro paint that we decided to not pay for, there was no one to take our money, we waited for five minutes and they charge over the odds anyway. Then seeing as we hadn't been to the island before and had no clue where to walk, we ended up getting lost and accidentally coming across a full blown reggae ...
... Buddha statue and temple. Their statues here are just so ornate and on such a grand scale. The gold work and intricacy in design is incredible. We got back onto the main Ring Road and headed anti-clockwise around the Island. Our next stop was at a waterfall. It was supposedly a 2km walk to reach the falls, so off we headed. Fully equipped for jungle trekking with our rubber thongs, swimmers and no mossie repellent! The walk if course was up hill along what seemed like a ...
We needed to catch a bus at 5.30 the next day which would of been fine apart from we met some lovely ladies at the night market in Krabi. Who turned out to have been on Ko Lanta at the same time as us and one of them worked at the place we were staying. Bailey and Amanda. who had been travelling together for a couple of weeks. It was an unusual friendship as they pointed out to us that Amanda could technically be Bailey's mum. At 19 and 33 respectively, you ...