Sayang Beach Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to our resort at 5:30 we chilled for a bit before heading to Laanta Lanta festival. This was the last night. Moosa arranged our taxi driver, Islam,who was extremely chatty and very informative. We arranged a meeting place and time and then went for a wander. Food stalls deluxe! We came across the cricket, roach, worm, bug store, but we weren't brave enough to try, but you could take a photo for 10 Baht, so we did just that. We tried beef and chicken spicy meatballs, ...
... back onto its original course. Sad times, we all loose our way from time to time, and being lost and not being able to get back on course, like a ship in the wide ocean is, especially in the case of this retreat is a tragedy come true. If only we had the magic compass, but despite our efforts, we did not manage turn the ship around.
The time we spent there was an experience in many ways, and it’s a shame that it didn’t live up to our expectations, and also that we ...
... hollow in the rock with a small beach and some plants. Apparently pirates used to stash treasure there! We then headed back through the tunnels. It would have been magical if it was just us but unfortunately it was fairly busy and there was one group of tourists who were screaming and shouting the entire time, which ruined the atmosphere. Still, it was pretty. We then got the boat back to Old Town and got dropped back in Saladan. Street food last night was chicken kebabs ...
Day 48 - Thurs 15 JanWith a few minutes to spare while waiting for our taxi, I checked my emails to find out that our flight from back from Krabi to Kuala Lumpur had been cancelled and we had to take a later flight that missed our onward connection to Australia. This meant we would have to overnight in K.L. and take a morning flight. We will now arrive in Perth at 15:00 ...
... Motorcycles, scooters and everything else with an engine can be rented for a reasonable amount and diesel ("gas") is cheap as chips (a few hundred baht to fill a tank). But make sure your travel insurance covers vehicle activities - if disaster strikes expect to dig deep.
Order a Thai massage to the comfort of your own hostel/hotel/sleeping bag. Something your body is obviously pining for after weeks of...living in paradise.