Thanya Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and welcomes dog walkers and cat cuddlers alike. There's a free tour and no pressure for a donation. The vets are volunteers and the standard of care is excellent. We grabbed Sandwich and Denver and their seven legs and went for an excited swim. Emma and Denver were excited, Sandwich quickly sat, refused to move with a look of 'i'm disabled you know'. we returned them knackered and happy. They're short of walkers meaning not every rescue gets one a day so we promised to ...
... a different side and could only be accessed by boat or walking a 45 minute journey. We asked someone who looked like they knew the area for a second opinion. He told us that we could walk along the beach and walk up a small section of the hill and 5 minutes later, we will would be there. He also added that it would be fine to take our 15 kg bags this route. We thought we'd give it a go before cancelling our reservations. We walked to the end of the beach and ...
... Our first stop was Tiger Cave which the guide book described as a "great mystery" which you must "discover for yourselves". Arriving at the car park and restaurant (someone's house), there was nobody and nothing to be seen! So following our keen sense of direction, we head down the nearest footpath... It's safe to say the mystery still remains, we never found the cave only an empty waterfall and an angry cow! Next stop on our road trip was ...
... is sweet and sour chicken, tempura seafood with a sweet chilli dip, steamed rice, and to finish a traditional Thai dessert, sticky rice with mango. Heaven on a plate. The rice came in 3 different colour, mauve, coloured by boiling a flower, which was also used to decorate the dish, green coloured using boiled pandan leaves and normal white. It was truly delightful and dodging the singing toads on the way back to the chalet we come to the end of another happy traveller ...
I booked an overnight bus from Bangkok to Koh Lanta through NapPark, where I was picked up from my hostel at 4pm, taken by mini van to the bus station, guided to my coach, given drinks, snacks, a blankey and a pillow, free Thai meal halfway at a bizarre canteen type place, dropped off at Krabi bus station, taken by pick up truck to the Andaman Sea office (the company responsible for the aquatic leg of my trip), then picked up by another mini ...