Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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... günstiger und heute probieren wir unser Glück am Pier. Es gibt viele Anbieter, so dass wir in einer guten Position sind und wir fahren schlussendlich für einen sechstel des ursprünglichen Preis, auf die Insel. Da wir mit den Badekleidern gestartet sind, schwimmen wir einmal um den berühmten Felsen, was ein tolles Erlebnis ist.
Ein Besuch in einer Höhle und einem skurrilen Skulpturenpark runden das Tagesprogramm ...
... my dive master. Brett who was taking my nitrox course and had Peggy (Malaysia) & Jeff (New York) and Mike (Japan) all currently living in Sydney and Cheyenne from San Francisco in his dive group. Dave had Brett and Renee from Australia in his group and Dan had Kelly (England), Andrea (Canada) and Kenny from Scotland, who is currently also living in Sydney.
In Deaw's group were Mari & Alexander from Norway and Paul (England) & ...
... I met up with Nicky and the four youngsters who were now back from English Camp. It seemed to have gone well and they had lots and lots of photos to show me. Having been out in the sticks for a few nights they were keen to go partying and so, after eating, Nicky and I were able to detach ourselves and have a couple of quiet beers on our own.
In the office on Friday morning Ken and Sue confirmed that the English Camp had been a success although they were both ...
... crisps and the next minute he was chasing me with his teeth bared, his hand out trying to grab my leg making an awful noise. Darren was quick and put the stick between the monkey and me as we made a hasty retreat. It was scary stuff. My legs turned to jelly and heart was pounding. Monkey's can carry rabies and other diseases so I really didn't want to be bitten by one. I could have killed that stupid tourist who'd given the monkey the ...
... maid service, TV, shared bathroom (with hot shower) and a fridge. We liked the place and extended our stay for all six nights. There is one large strip of grey tarmac through the town and we spent Saturday night exploring it. We found plenty of bars but few customers.
Sunday morning we rented a bike and explored the site of Police Boat 813. At nearly 2km from Bang Niang Beach the vessel was one of two on patrol in the bay safeguarding the ...