Khao Lak Riverside Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... couple of beers.
On Tuesday I planned to take Phil over to my favourite beach bar, Nong Prew, at Bang Niang. Knowing that the best sunbeds there were snapped up early we got a taxi at 10.00am for the short ride. But that wasn’t early enough it seemed. They were all taken, many just with towels thrown over them and no sign of any occupants which was rather annoying. This beach bar was so lovely three years ago but has been a victim of ...
... these minivans and I never want to get on another if I have a choice. They also drive at crazy speeds.
We arrived at Khao Sok about an hour later. The minivan dropped us off on the main road. The area was full of taxis. I'd read that they will offer you a free trip if you get out and look at accommodation on the way; they must be paid commission by the guesthouses and hotels. We ...
... families, but families that are unable to support them for a variety of reasons. Several come from poor fishing villages where family incomes completely disappeared when a boat was destroyed by the tsunami, for example. In many cases the devastating change in circumstances contributed to an increase in mental illnesses and drug abuse.
On Wednesday evening I said farewell to Mei-Lan. She was clearly disappointed about the cancelled holiday ...
... Bonnie Sartor due to complications from a melanoma in 2012, we have become much more aware of the harmful effects of the sun.
At the fishing village, we looked back and could just make out a long row of beach umbrellas and loungers way off at the JW. Colourful fishing boats bobbed in the crystalline sea, palm tress swayed, the sun sparkled; it was incredibly difficult to imagine the devastation caused by the tsunami in such an idyllic scene. ...
... Alison were back at the pool on Sunday morning. They seemed to have had a good time on their Similan Islands trip but the stories they had of choppy seas and people being sick made me glad that I hadn’t been tempted to join them.
On Monday morning I thought I was the first to get to the office but waiting there was a young American lad who introduced himself as Ali. He was from Seattle, where he had just quit his job with Microsoft and had arrived ...