Coral Cove Chalet
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... no sharks haha! I got back to my dorm and found 5 new people had arrived whilst I was out...dormies at last!! Tuesday 16th began with plenty of rain, however it cleared up in time for an afternoon trip to Chaweng beach just 3 minutes away! It was gorgeous! That night the whole dorm went to a ladyboy cabaret show! The Koh Tao show was better but I still enjoyed this ...
... to four different view points. I went up the steep rocky path to the first one at 100 metres where there was a nice view. Malcolm continued on to the next three - the highest being at 262 above sea level or about 500 metres up a steep rocky gradient. I'll look at his photos. I went down to the beach for a swim but the water was too cloudy for snorkeling. We boarded the boat again via the long tail boats and had a nice buffet lunch then cruised to our next stop at ...
... it and did not have the right shoes(Ollie had flipflops on) or the right bag (I had my handbag flapping around rather than a nice sturdy backpack) and we did not have nearly enough water with us!! To this end we only made it to 200m before admitting defeat. We were gobsmacked that it had taken an hour to just get up and back down to this point so we definately wouldnt have had time to get all the way to the top. It can't have been that difficult I hear you mutter- Let ...
We spent our last day in Khao Lak much like the first, and those in the middle - relaxing. We manage to organise our next few weeks and have a last delicious meal at Smile restaurant. Mum and I were a little concerned when at 7pm whilst we were wandering around the shops we noticed that an entire section of the Khao Lak strip had had it's power cut, and of course Smile was smack bang in the middle of it, with just the Frenchmans fullbeams and candles illuminating ...
We left our Kuala Lumpur hostel in the early hours, and the streets were quiet, littered with petals and garlands from the celebrations of the night before. The only people we saw were exhausted looking mothers dragging small children home for a few hours of rest before returning to Batu Caves for the celebrations. We took a taxi to the bus station, where we took a bus to the airport. The airport was one of the least organised we've ever seen, and ...