I've got 6 weeks hols. and I'm trying to decide where to go in LOS.
This time last year I went down south. On the way back I stayed at the Kabana Resort, Chumpon. Excellent! Diving, snorkelling, and a beach with no deck chairs or peddlers. Really relaxing and not too expensive.
Maybe someone out there has been to a special spot. I like info. first hand. Internet and books don't always give the whole story.
pattaya, where the party never stops
I'm going here just after Songkran: http://www.dolphinbayresort.com
It looks lovely, private pool and jacuzzi!
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I had a great time diving with Sea Dragon in Khao Lak last year (they could with the business now, of course!). About 17k for a 4-day liveaboard to the Similans, including unlimited food and (non-alcoholic) drinks.
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Thanks. I think I'll try both. Sorry dd,the missus can't stand all them girls trying to drag me away!
Off topic. I'm a Grand dad. My daughyer back home in Aus. had a daughter today.
I'm so fucking happy. My baby's had a baby. I love her so much.
Sorry. Only just found out. Just had to say it out cyber space loud.
to be or not to be.......didn't know will was a tefler
With that much time you should really give the North a shot. The further N. the better. Mea Salong,Tha Ton. Then get yer self in a slow boat to to Luang Prabang on the Mekong .
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are you kidding?Originally Posted by dirty dog
It seems that some of my students are gonna go hang at KSR. Is KSR that great of a place to see the festivities? This is my first Song Kran (spelling?) in Thailand.
It's like I'm speaking a foreign language or something...
I've been to dolphin Bay. Nice, but quite a drice from anywhere. You must go see the national park sam roi lord (I think) nearby and take a boat trip. There's a beautiful wat at the foothills of one of the mountains that has a grass field in front of it filled with flowers I'd never seen before (in BKK) that when you walked near them would close up and then reopen - like an acid trip! It was a really relaxing, magical place. :smile:
Of course you could always go to Pattaya. :chug: