Baan Krating Khao Lak
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... br> Auf der Fahrt nach Phang Nga kaufen wir essen für einen Brunch ein. Dies machen wir öfters und halten dann an einem schönen Strand. Brunchen und schwimmen gehen, was will man mehr?
Von Phang Nga möchte ich einen Ausflug auf die ‚James Bond Insel‘ machen. Wir fragten schon in Phuket nach dem Preis und waren überrascht wie teuer es ist. Gestern bei einem Lokalen Travel Agent war es ...
... and watching the lights of the fishing boats out at sea and the occasional good luck lantern floating into the sky.
Later, back in Khao Lak, we had a couple of beers before I waved Phil off in his transport back to The Sands, tonight a motorcycle and side-car taxi!
It was another clear, hot day on Sunday and the beach flags were back to green, denoting calmer sea conditions. I collected Phil from the beach side of The Sands and we ...
... staying in the huge £100 a night beach resorts. After the peace and quiet of Koh Chang it was a bit of a shock. The beach was also a good 20 minute walk from where were staying. Not the best location when hobbling. The centre of Khao Lok is split in two by highway 4. Each side of the road are tourist shops, bars, restaurants and dive shops. Again not very Thai.
We decided to have a late lunch. We looked at a Thai restaurant ...
... him where to go and continued to enjoy the water).
Swam and sunbaked for a few hours, then walked back to room. Hired a scooter from our hotel and headed south, turned off at National park sign, stopped to check out beach, found turtle
sanctuary, wandered around in there, all diff size turtles. we even got to watch them weigh,
measure and tag the small turtles (fund out later there was a festival ...
... of us was approached by a group of five children who took it in turns to ask us some prearranged questions in English - “What is your name?”, “Where are your from?” etc. They were very timid and relieved when the questions were finished and it was time to take photographs.
At the orphanage later we decided to dispense with the traditional 30 minute lesson. It was difficult to choose a subject to suit all ages and the ...