Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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... other than to purchase an icecream) yesterday was to learn how to fold towels into animals. Zachary received a rabbit and Talon a turtle. Very cute and clever I say.
Today we decided that a rest day was needed after such a busy day yesterday and a busy weekend in front of us.
We started the day once again with a buffet breakfast. Cute little Wadee paid us a visit so we grabbed some more bananas for her. We returned back to our villa after breakfast ...
... learned from our mistakes with the first one. I wasn’t feeling 100% and so in the afternoon made it no further than the pool. I had it entirely to myself and it was wonderfully peaceful. My reading material did little to make me feel better though. I had now moved on from Vince Cable’s memoirs to “Elizabeth is Missing” a heart-rending novel in which the narrator is an eighty year old lady with dementia. It is well written but the memories ...
... us whilst her friends giggled at a safe distance. Preparations were going on in the main hall for the following day’s event and in one corner we were amused to find some children practising with hoola hoops. The boys were actually better than the girls.
We headed for our last lesson not sure what to expect. We had already taught all the girls, and our understanding was that the boys would not be in the class. In fact we had the usual gang of noisy ...
... I should have guessed that, after all the effort, it was going to be a disappointment. It was pleasantly situated overlooking the beach but only had a narrow frontage onto the sea and was enclosed on both sides. There was nothing special about the decor and I was their only customer and so the atmosphere was not exactly buzzing. The food at Rabeang is always of a very high standard and of course I had no problem in getting a table right on the water’s edge. ...
... were all glad when it was time to leave.
The weather is still overcast. People are blaming this on the typhoon which caused problems in the Philippines but there seems to be no end to it. I feel sorry for the holidaymakers who are here for some winter sun as they’re not getting much. I spent the afternoon at the pool nevertheless reading a very uninspiring book.
Wednesday, Christmas Eve, was going to be a long day again. Barbara’s husband ...