Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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- Free parking
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RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
Everyone is enjoying balmy sunshine, there is a refreshing sea breeze through the coconut palms, some are out in the car park carrying out general servicing and check-overs, and a few are nursing a headache which has nothing to do with last night.
The most serious problem is faced by Caroline Greenhalgh, in the big Alvis ...
... lesson was much too hard for the younger group and the second lesson was much too easy for the older group. It was apparent therefore that the painstaking preparation carried out by the Germans was not without some failings. And I confess to deriving a little satisfaction too, from noting that the worksheets they were using were not good choices. Still we managed, and I gained the impression that they both were finally starting to acknowledge the limitations of ...
... jelly fish, a multitude of very colourful fish and much much more. Max and Phil decided to do their Open Water certification and had homework the very first night! I had a flex day before leaving on my liveaboard while they were in class; Phil having to reexplain most of the theory to Max and making sure he was listening instead of playing with his mask! So I rented a scooter with Chuck and we drove around, visiting a waterfall before going to a gorgeous beach, to ...
... was just one other couple there, and two young Canadian girls who stayed for about an hour. By lunchtime I had the place to myself. I had a tasty squid pad thai for lunch and was settling back down for an afternoon snooze when the rumbles of thunder began. I had not brought an umbrella and did not relish the prospect of being stranded here on my own whilst waiting for the storm to pass and so I decided to head for home. As I was leaving some more holidaymakers did arrive - ...
... in by limestone cliffs. We just had to lay back and enjoy for an hour with only a couple of minor rapids to slide through. Abruptly there was an announcement,
"We stob cobbie" (sic)
In the shelter of a handy cave the guide stoked up the embers of a fire and boiled water in a blackened kettle. Coffee was served in bamboo cups. An hour later drenched in sweat but buoyed by a memorable experience we dived into the Las Orquideas ...