Timber House Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Ao Nang
... most beautiful beach in this area, the sand and the water are just perfect. After a hard afternoon sunbathing we went back to Ao nang and after dinner we went to meet Liz, a friend of mine from my TESOL course in in Hua Hin. It was great to catch up over a cocktail and swap a few stories from our adventures over the past few months.
One of my aunt's cousins lives in Phuket for six months of the year and ...
... it up to dry and walked the beach road to get the lay of the land. Thailand has the feel of the Caribbean outside of the resorts. The infrastructure is worn by heat and water. The signs are bleached by the sun. Just as you can see in Europe, Thailand has pay toilets on the street: 5 Bht for toilet and 10 Bht (about $0.30 USD) for shower. Several times we would walk by in the evenings and entire families of children were being dried off outside the shower. We ...
... New Zealander's and won, so go America! After that I arrived at a Beach Party somehow. I remember dancing on stage, and breaking up a fight. When I awoke the next morning I had a lot of body paint on me and I was quite drunk still, so all and all maybe the craziest freaking day of my life. But maybe a little too crazy, more on that later. Positive Quote: The best luck of all is the luck you make for ...
... to the next bay which we arrived at after around 40 mins of rowing! This beach was in my opinion a lot nicer as there were a lot less vistors here and you could enjoy the lovely beach in relative peace without the constant pestering of boats arriving and leaving every few minutes.
Thoroughly sunburnt and exhasuted from kayaking we chilled for the rest of the day and decided to party a little that ...
Yet another boat trip booked for today and we headed to Hong island with a short stop at Pakiba and Paradise islands on the way. Pakiba island was stunning but with very sharp sand and lots of small stones we just about made it to the end of the beach and back before we had to leave. Paradise island well and truly suited its name but for the 200 or so ...