Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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... Talon finally found some lamb shanks marinated in coconut that they liked. The food was quite nice but I was disappointed in the selection of curries compared with the Thai banquet the previous night.
As Zachary wasn't feeling a 100% we decided to go for a gentle swim this morning in one of the different resort pools. After about an hour Zachary was feeling a little off again so we headed back to our villa where Zachary went back inside for a snooze whilst the 3 of ...
... 8221; pool. There was thunder rumbling around again when I went out to eat later. I had decided I fancied a fish hot pan at Red Chilli and I had just sat down and been handed the menu when the heavens opened, perfect timing! The storm had blown over by the time I’d finished my meal but the outdoor bars had stacked up their tables and chairs and so, with Tarzan still closed, I had little option other than to go to Sakai Bar again.
I had planned ...
... join the two ladies for a night cap at Clef Bar where Robert (another of their old friends) plays guitar and sings. Later as I sat on my verandah for a little while listening to the sounds of the night I was pleased to
recognise two more figures approaching - Barbara and Ian. I had spent a lot of time with them over Christmas and New Year. They had left to travel through Cambodia and subsequently spent a month in Chiang Mai. For the last few days of their trip ...
... now learned that it was these two, and they had stayed on in Khao Lak for another few weeks to enjoy a honeymoon. They were a lovely pair. Both have maintained links with Ken’s organisation over the years and Amy administers the long standing arrangement Ken has with students and staff at Leeds Metropolitan University.
It was very hot on the beach and my sun bed wasn’t in a good position to catch the shade and so I retreated early on Monday to ...
... Barbara again and we had a lovely morning. The children were a lot of fun but well behaved at the same time and the three lessons went without a hitch. We were given lunch as usual and were back in Khao Lak by 1.00 pm.
At the office we found Ken covered in flour as he busied himself making mince pies. He was using a beer bottle as a rolling pin and the lid of a coffee jar as a pastry cutter. During our conversation the previous evening he had mentioned that he ...