Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... on the new drinks menu.
They then followed this with a gin and tonic and some delicious curry puffs.
Video Girl and Battery Boy stayed at the bar until the downpour lessened slightly so they could make their way to their villa so they could come back for dinner.
What a simple life they are living at the moment.
... back while we do a little more shopping, buy a few more things (maybe a bottle of wine) and then hail a taxi to get us back to the resort. Again the driving is insane but exciting and we do arrive safely home. We had intended to go next door for a meal, because last night was so delicious but we're not very hungry and decide to curl up on the couch with our pretzels, pistachios and wine! It has been another beautiful day and we are very very ...
... It was lovely to watch her in the water, after wetting her in the deeper water, the mahout came back towards us on her neck and offered Sue and Ray the opportunity to rinse her with a jug, which they both did. Then the mahout asked Ray if he wanted to get on her – he climbed up and just as he got on her back, she stood up and took him for a ride. Ray looked like he really enjoyed himself and Sanporn looked like ...
... or two we banged on his window to stop him, realising that he was taking us to the Police Boat Memorial Park. We soon arrived at the correct place and had a beautifully relaxing day on the beach moving only from our sunbeds to take a dip in the turquoise sea or for lunch at the restaurant. My glass noodle soup with prawns was excellent and contained five of the biggest and juiciest prawns imaginable. Marilyn declared it to be one of the most idyllic beaches she ...
... fruit a go. I had seen this fruit on sale in the market but hadn’t known exactly what it was. It turned out to be sweet tamarind and came in a long brown hard casing. You cracked the casing and inside found a worm-like string of very sweet flesh enclosing hard black stones. It was rather good and tasted a bit like date palms.
We had more rain on Thursday night. It was most unusual, I was told, for there to be rain in January or February. This time I ...