Chongfah Beach Resort
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... her and felt like it had teeth!! Then Ray experienced the cheeky little so n so’s nibble; we all laughed until we found that it had drawn blood on Sue’s ankle!! Paul and I looked at them and they were NOT the fish we’d come to know in Kanchanaburi – they looked like little pufferfish (we later found out that it could very well have been a pufferfish!!) Naughty little fish!!! Sue, Ray and Paul dried off and we headed back to ...
... there. Don't know where they came from! We decided to head back to our pool before taking a taxi into Khao Lak.
We ordered our taxi from the lobby - best and cleanest taxi ride I have ever had. We got dropped off in Khao Lak City which is about a 10 minute taxi ride. Lots of tourist souvenir shops, but boy it was so sticky. None of these shops have air conditioning which makes it really hard to shop. The shops were quite good and we ...
... night. Marilyn had joined us, as had two younger ladies from Western Australia. Kim had been a tsunami volunteer in Khao Lak and these days had a market stall in Broome selling jewellery and handicrafts. She made regular trips back to Thailand to buy stock and on this trip was accompanied by her friend Alex. The eight of us wandered up to Khao Lak Sea Foods where we ate them out of barracuda. It was quite late by the time we had finished our meal but, it being ...
... the sky.
Sunday was another perfect day. After a hearty breakfast at the German Cafe I set off to walk along the beach to my usual beach bar. Khao Lak is a great place for strolling along the beach as it is possible to walk for quite some distance in either direction. It takes me around 30 minutes to amble along the water’s edge to “Sun Beach Bar” joining the regular parade of flesh as the German holidaymakers take their morning constitutionals. ...
... fancied a curry again on Monday night and so ate at Khao Lak Thai Foods restaurant where we had some spicy panaeng curries. At Ska Bar we ran into Ian and Barbara and chatted with them. I ended up consuming rather more Chang beer than usual but it was a good night and the atmosphere lively as there were still a lot of the tsunami volunteers there.
Nicky and I have soon fallen into a routine and returned to exactly the same beach bar on Tuesday. There was quite a ...