Khao Lak Resort
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... It was raining but not too heavily and in fact it was quite refreshing. There were other people out walking, some swimming in the sea, some on sun loungers and as I passed Green Beach Cafe which has little shelter I saw people actually sitting at tables in the rain eating meals. At the Centara Hotel the staff were making preparations for a wedding on the beach. That was going to be a rather soggy affair. I walked the entire length of the beach before calling ...
... in the park are black with a white face. We returned for breakfast and then left again for a trek in the jungle that lasted until lunch. It wasn't a very hard trek, rather we were trying to spot evidence of wildlife around (tiger maybe?). We got to our lunch spot which overlooked the river, a million dollar view. And just like that, it came an end. We returned on the boat for about an hour before reaching the entrance and were driven back to our bungalow by mid afternoon.
... taken aback by the behaviour of the four students who had consistently turned down the food offered to them at the school and rudely walked the streets of what was a small provincial town snacking on fast food from 7 Eleven and swigging beer out of bottles. Ken was in a good mood though as he had received a call from one of the village schools where he regularly sends volunteers to say that they had just had their end of term results and were delighted as the school, ...
... sinks as their toilet. The exercise machines and children's sea saw are deserted and the whole area echoes of good intentions forgotten. A post apocalyptic amusement park, a Butlin's in Chernobyl. The boat remains the draw, an example of the sheer force of nature. i think it would have been more poignant had it and the land been left as it was. There is a some information on offer, some photographs of the devastation but there is little about the crew, or any of the human ...
... stand in the rain but it was very light and lasted barely 5 minutes.
On Monday morning Josh was tired but otherwise in good spirits after his weekend round trip to Patong and Koh Phi Phi. We did two lessons at the lovely Burmese school and were then told that there would be no third class for us today. We had to wait for the driver Kobin to return to collect us though and had lunch as usual before leaving. Today they had bought us a treat of mango ...