Khao Lak Resort
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We ate at a little restaurant/ guesthouse near the park, where it took ages to get our food and drinks, we noticed the staff keep going out and coming back with bags, so we assumed they were going out to buy ingredients for our food! Ooooppppsss!! The food wasn’t anything to write home about but had to mention it as so much effort went into getting it.
We popped into a local fair on the way back to the hotel where Paul and Ray ...
... street Gary and the boys convinced me to go in one of those open back taxi's. I only agreed as we were only going 10 minutes up the road to Khao Lak where we were to visit the Tsunami Museum and the Bang Niang Markets. I have to admit I didn't really pay attention to the Tsunami Museum as it was too hot.
I grabbed a coconut and Gary a beer ('Leo' - Jeff just one) and we walked around the outside memorial checking out the small markets ...
... is very hot and so I am finding myself spending more time now in the air-conditioned interior of my bungalow than outside on the verandah. I also skipped lunch on Saturday, finding my appetite not as great in this heat. Marilyn and I took a taxi to the market on Saturday afternoon. The orphanage stall was there this week and so I bought some banana muffins and then perused the fruit on offer before meeting Marilyn for a drink at Blah Blah bar. The two of us are ...
... had collected his wife from the airport and so there was also the possibility of seeing what this long suffering lady was like, about whom I’d heard a lot. In the event there was no sign of the girls and so I found myself once more in the company of Germans - Martin, Uli and his wife Gaby (Clark Kent glasses and thick wild hair). The conversation switched back and fore from German to English until Martin shot off to accompany the guitarist on the drums and I found an excuse to head home.
... on her side for a few days and had decided to call at the doctors. He couldn’t say what the rash was and referred her to Takua Pa Hospital. This is some distance away and the taxi fare and hospital fee put Ian considerably out of pocket which did not go down well. The verdict at the hospital was that it was shingles but Barbara wasn’t convinced as she felt perfectly well apart from the itching. We had a ailment based conversation for a while. Nicky had been ...