Sai Naam Lanta Residence
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 250 per person. We found it quite expensive but at the same time we realized that we wouldn't have the unlimited amount of opportunities to witness something similar.
Once we paid the guy took us to his kingdom full of some of the most poisonous snakes in the world. At first, he introduced us all his snake friends. After a few seconds we didn't have any doubts - he was absolutely crazy :) In several separate cages he kept the following snakes: cobra (babies and ...
... the tuk tuk look easy!
A massive group of us from the hostel went out for dinner where i shared the tuk tuk story and it was safe to say that everybody laughed!!! Such nice friends!
The next day i felt like i had earned a beach day so laid on the beach and did nothing ALLLLLLLLLL day! Was awesome!!!
Another morning awoke and it was time to move on again - this Island hopping lark is hard work! ...
We had another relaxing day today we had planned to go snorkelling today but the waves were really big so we just grabbed some sunbeams by the beach and read out books. We had lunch in the resort restaurant and went to the pool a couple if times to cool off. It was so lovely sat on the beach we stayed until the sun set. Back ...
... Bobby style. Not really but faster than dans scooter, especially given the fact his is in a million pieces in a BBQ box ;) It was a nice taste of island living , but gotta admit it wasn't quite what I wanted. Not enough adventurous opportunities maybe. I can't bring myself to go elephant trekking, I feel bad for them and can't be sure where and how the have been treated. I'll wait for the elephant conservation centre in Chiang Mai to see the rehabilitating elephants there. So ...
... 9 for lunch and free wifi Head to the bar at the very end of the beach next to Flinn's as it's advertising mojito madness, for 80baht. Probably made with arak and bleach. Then onto Moonwalks for dinner. They have some Thai guy doing live music. Pretty cheesy stuff but live nonetheless. He plays Eric Clapton's cocaine to remind us of Manila. We sit on the beach and watch a fireshow next door. Leah has a Bbq'd tuna ...