Khao Lak Resort
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... hungry but don’t get too many lunch invitations and so joined her for the second meal of the day at Khao Lak Thai Foods Restaurant. She turned out to be quite an intrepid solo traveller and we enjoyed swapping travelling tales.
I also discovered that she was personally a victim of the tsunami, having been sitting on the beach in Phuket when it struck. She hurt her back but managed to escape. It left her severely traumatised though and after a ...
... the world. I've heard that some Ladyboys are stunning to the point of confusion, they weren't here. The 18st comedy act dragged every guy from the front row in turn to twist, belly dance and shuffle. We were third row and safe! We were disappointed to leave early, we thought we might get a chance to talk and snap. Just three of ten rows were full and several couples left before the end. The place was entertaining, but then we haven't tried Pattaya yet. Next stop Koh Phang Ngang. ...
... for the second time, half an hour later, the tortoise’s suitcase was filling up with 20 baht notes. There’s something about poor defenceless animals that never fails to tug at our Western heartstrings!
From the market I walked back along the main road until I reached Hill Tribes Restaurant. This restaurant receives rave reviews and for sometime I had been meaning to visit it. Much of the food on offer is prepared according to recipes ...
... time since I have been here I was “adopted” by some other tourists in the Tarzan Bar on Thursday night. They wanted to know why I was sitting on my own and insisted that I join them which I thought was very nice. They were a middle aged Swedish couple who had been coming to Khao Lak for several years and loved it. They were actually divorced but got on well enough to take their holidays together still. She ran a haulage business with their son, ...
... the dinner but drew the line at the mince pie, the like of which he had never tasted before he said. But we made him eat it saying that it would be an insult to the British nation were he to refuse it. They played Christmas carols for us and everyone had a really good time. I sat next to Ken’s sister, quite a character herself, with a life consuming interest in ecclesiastical mosaics but at the same time a typical down to earth northener. ...