Hotspring Beach Resort & Spa
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- Refrigerator in room
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... way back the sun was reflecting in the calm Andaman sea and casting interesting shadows from the protruding formations. It was really tempting to take a nap. Instead I had an interesting conversation with one of the guide who was telling me that Phuket was going through such a growth ( there are condos being built and sold everywhere) . Other than tourism which is their no 1 industry, they also have rubber trees, rice and palm oil. A great day was had by ...
... Ping Kan or better known as James Bond Island ha ha, we couldn't believe our luck, we were planning on looking for this island which is why we anchored where we did.
We walked round the island which was stunning and came round to the famous limestone karst which stands on it's own like a stack off the island. It was originally part of the island but broke away many years ago as shifting plates below created the whole ...
... and cheapo beach massages.
Once again, I had booked another 3 day diving trip with Sea Dragon. My dives in Sri Lanka were a bit of a bust, so I wanted to get back into the water on some great sites. I was very familiar with the routine, and as usual the team at Sea Dragon delivered a stellar experience. I had some of my best dives in the Similan region, as this trip was focused on ...
... a big lobster, nudibranchs, peacock mantis shrimp, bat fishes, parrot fishes, octopus, ornate ghost pipefish, anemones and anemone fishes, blue dragon,solanders toby, etcetera. As a cherry on a cake we saw on our last dive of the day ... a whale shark!!! Yes you read it well a whale shark. Our last dive started with a lot of current and visibility which was less than 10m. But that is what the whale sharks like. On a certain moment ...
... I managed to find a new one which was almost identical.
We ate at a Peter Bar on Thursday night, a beach restaurant close to Phil’s hotel. It was a short walk along the moonlit sand to the restaurant where there were just a dozen tables set out not far from the water’s edge. We weren’t the only diners but it was nevertheless a peaceful spot. The sound of the sea lapping on the sand was very relaxing, and the food, in particular ...