Chongfah Beach Resort
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... Yo were in the kitchen helping Ken and in due course he appeared in his pinnie with the beef consomme which was soon followed by roast chicken, carrots, boiled potatoes, mashed potatoes, cabbage, apple sauce, stuffing and gravy. It’s probably just as well there weren’t more of us as we polished it all off quite quickly. For dessert we had the mince pies we had watched being prepared yesterday served with custard laced with a very generous slug of brandy. We ...
... with our torches we started to walk, water inside the cave reached up to our shoulders and we practically had to swim sometimes. There were a lot of bats, glowworms, spiders and apparently a snake (we discovered later that our guide spotted a huge one but didn't say anything because he thought most people would freak out). I wish i had seen the snake because so far we have spotted one in almost every country we have visited and not yet in Thailand which is renowned for ...
... to camp on the beach there having convinced herself that “lightning never strikes twice................”! In fact when Japan suffered their tsunami Sheila wasn't directly affected, but she had gone immediately to volunteer her help with the recovery. She said that, although the loss of life wasn’t so great there, the devastation was far worse than anything she saw in Thailand.
It was back to the pool again for the afternoon and then in ...
... place and extended our stay for all six nights. There is one large strip of grey tarmac through the town and we spent Saturday night exploring it. We found plenty of bars but few customers. Sunday morning we rented a bike and explored the site of Police Boat 813. At nearly 2km from Bang Niang Beach the vessel was one of two on patrol in the bay safeguarding the King's grandson who was jet skiing when the tsunami hit. The Prince died and the second boat sank killing all on board ...
... such a high speed that I thought my end was nigh. Poor Phil would arrive on Tuesday, I thought, to find me in the mortuary. The driver did deliver me safely however but dropped me at the very top end of the town making it a long walk back home.
Sunday was another lovely lazy day, spent on the beach. My usual beach bar appeared to be closed and so I wandered right to the end of Nang Thong beach and spent a very pleasant few hours at Marigold ...