The Andaman Sunflower Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Andaman Sunflower Resort & Spa Ko Lanta
Lovely resort, rooms were luxurious, 2 minutes walk to the beach, swimming pool, wifi though only in the lobby, good food and Thai massage.
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... 25 mins and we were back in the water, at this rate don't think we will be getting much colour. Sat in the shade for a bit and then called it quits.went to go off and hire a scooter. We stopped at a few more markets and got a few things. Our clothes seem to have shrunk from these ladies doing our washing..well at least we hope it's that, else we really are piling on the pounds. Stopped at the reggae bar for lunch and a cocktail. This time it was ...
... couple of days, it’s the first time we’ve spent a few days in a modern big city for a while, and strangely enough, being back in Bangkok was like coming home to London in many ways. Traffic swarmed past all around us, fast food joints and boutique stores lined the well paved streets, Thai street food sellers jammed packed onto the busy sidewalks cooked up tasty treats and snacks for the locals and we enjoyed having modern amenities for a couple of days. The adjustment was ...
Today was a full day trip to the premiere snorkeling site in Thailand (or at least around here). It seemed to us that all of the tour companies go to the same spots so we chose one that seemed good. The Ko Rok islands are a fair distance away so companies use speed boats to get you there. As a sign of things to come we were driven two minutes down the road and then taken to what we consider our beach and hung out for twenty minutes as we watched all of the other boats load ...
... the luxury of Bangkok. The setting is beautiful, in a little bay, but the hotel is somewhat 'tired'. Typical of S.E. Asia, there is nothing wrong with it, just could be improved with a little TLC.A late lunch, a few hours resting or catching the Rays from a very hot sun and an early evening walk around the bay to check out options for dinner. An early night to catch up on ...