Khao Lak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... sip a cold drink that we really didn’t mind. We both agreed that it had been a fantastic day.
There were already fireworks being set off as I walked into town at 8.00 pm to meet Ian, Barbara and Nicky at the corner shop for a cheap beer before dinner. Barbara had been back to the doctors and had received confirmation that she had tested positive for shingles. She had been given a prescription for a 7 day course of tablets involving taking 10 tablets a day! ...
... from Piranha Bar last year and set up in opposition. They seemed to be doing really well and the bar was full. When I asked after her baby though the lady told me rather sadly that the baby had been taken back to Myanmar for her family to look after.
By then it was high time for me to pay Pak at Piranha Bar a visit. He was in good spirits as, for the first time this season, most of the tables in the bar were full. As usual he was amusing the new German customers ...
... 1 year old baby elephant, it was really sad to see his front 2 legs chained together, I couldn't work out why that would be necessary as it restricted it too much. But this was the only cruel thing I saw the whole time we were at the elephant park. As there were 3 of us we had to wait for a bigger elephant so we could sit on it together. The motion of being on an elephant is pretty uncomfortable and bumpy but the scenery made up for it. It led us through a river which again made ...
... Ukraine, let alone to nasty Western Europe. And that many Ukrainians want to join the EU, but thanks to the Russians, everyone is afraid that a married gay couple with bombs and guns might move in next door.
I could see Dennis laughing and shaking his head at the absurdity. "Who the **** cares about who marries who, when doctors, teachers and coal miners make roughly the equivalent of 150 Euros a month. I would sooner have prosperous lesbian ...
... day of teaching yet. I wish I could have said the same but for me there had just been too much noisy singing, dancing and shouting. Maybe I’m simply getting too old!
The youngsters were all set for a night on the town, the girls clad in their briefest of shorts and skimpiest of tops. Two of their fellow students, who had had a placement elsewhere in Thailand, had arrived to join them today. The two new girls had been in a small Thai town in the ...