Sayang Beach Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... white wave. I fell in love with this sea on the first night, i was cautious and nervous of it, but hopelessly entranced by it.
The next day the whole of the coast of long beach looked entirely different, the tide had pulled right back but was still producing galloping white waves, this time the rocks and damaged coral were exposed, it was beautiful but not very inviting, further up the beach there were no rocks, so there was space to sunbath on the sand, but the ...
... impressive but no better than the others that come free and abandoned, by all but the local kids. At least for the moment. We stayed just over an hour not all that impressed.
We treated ourselves to a bottle of Cotes Du Rhone back at Shanti Shanti, all the way from Ben's village in France, for around a days budget. The wine in Asia is terrible and overpriced, this was only one of those things. At 1100 Baht (£21) it was a treat and we went without dinner. We ...
... rest of the day, so our exploring got cut short. The next day, however, our boat did not leave until the afternoon, so we finished our exploring, heading up to a nice viewpoint (where we snuck a picture of a lady taking some interesting "glamour
shots") and over to a small beach through mosquito-infested jungle. Emily got a little bit of jungle trekking in, at least!
Out next destination was Railay, particularly for an activity called "deep water ...
... up and down the beach. Very little to do. Lovely.Don’t forget to pop into Ko Lanta Animal Sanctuary for kitty cuddles and doggie walkies. As you may have noticed there are a lot of strays cats and dogs in Thailand. Resort owners bring in pets because guests like them. Once the season is over, these animals are abandoned. This non-profit organisation helps round up the animals, vaccinate them, feed them and home them.All they ask for ...
... and saw a Viking cave which had swallows beating in it. Our guide said that people lived in there to Harvest the eggs and sell them for lots of money to China. Apparently, if you entered the cave you would get shot as the eggs were worth a lot of money. We then went to Maya beach, where The Beach was filmed. The beach is in a cove surrounded by the huge limestone rocks, so it was pretty spectacular to go into. The actual ...