Puteri Lanta Villa
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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... her hotel, so we all had a relaxing day. Natalie and her mum spent her last night together. They went up to the viewpoint and Natalie took me up there the next night because she said its just so pretty to see the island from that great height, so we climbed a million steps and saw sunset from the top of the mountain. It was nice having Sue here and I know Natalie will miss her again, but its time for our trip to continue. Its almost bye bye ...
... the street behind the huts, it is dark and not a lot going on. There is long stretches of road with nothing on the side of it, then a couple of pubs squished together.We spent one of our days helping out at the Lanta Animal Welfare by walking the dogs. Please read more about it here. It was definitely a highlight for me being able to do my bit.Love: Lanta Animal Welfare, Somewhere Else huts where we stayed.Hate: The fact it wasn’t peak ...
... In the heat of the day and after a tiring trip on the boat (not to mention the huge hangover I had from the night before), we made the group decision to take a taxi on to the island proper, on the condition that he could get us the right room for the right price. He made short work of escorting us to a very pricy resort, taking his fee and getting as much space between him and us as possible. Not the best start. We eventually found through the help of ...
Krabi - Saladan Pier, Ko Lanta - two hour ferry ride.
Transfer to our resort - 20 minutes on the back of a truck!
We finally arrived at Ko Lanta's Saladan Pier after the peace of the ferry ride and it was madness! Tons of taxi's all vying for your business line the route and when I say taxi's, they are basically pick-up trucks where you perch in the back with your bags thrown on top! There is only one ferry a day each way ...
... through mangroves. My front tire developed a leak, but fortunately by the time it was obvious, I was only a hundred meters from a mechanic. He had the tube swapped out in fifteen minutes and I was on my way. 200 baht ($6).
I get to one of the ticket-selling places before you reach the pier and he wants 600 baht for a two-hour self-guided tour. That seems rather high since I paid 800 baht for a ...