Khao Lak Resort
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After a reasonable sleep (not really) we set out for breakfast at the Terrace Restaurant. The Terrace Restaurant is one of two breakfast options the resort provides. The Buffet had a large assortment of both Thai and western food. I choose to have fried rice for breakfast as well as an assortment of freshly squeezed fruit juices. We will try the other breakfast option tomorrow as this restaurant has a visit from the resorts baby elephant at 8.00am! ...
... his worksheet to be marked had carefully written out all the phrases “With water we can wash the dishes”, “with water we can wash the floor”, “with water we can cook rice” etc etc but couldn’t read a word of it. When I’d finished going through his worksheet with him I picked up my bottle of water and asked “what is this?” to which he just stared at me with his mouth open.
There was no ...
I spent another relaxing day on the beach finishing the book that was currently absorbing me, The Narrow Road to the Deep North, last year’s Man Booker prize winner. It’s descriptions of life for the POW’s and also the Japanese officers tasked with building the Burma railway were exceedingly gruesome but compulsive reading. Later I met Sue and another glorious weekend drew to a close as we joined Ken at Everyday Restaurant for our dinner.
Today I try another beach, Nai Yang which is up in the north of Phuket. Should be beautiful and quiet. I take the bus and it loudly plays songs like "I'm a gummy bear!" so everybody was dancing their asses of in the bus (ok, in my imagination). I arrive at the beach and it is indeed a very nice place! There are about 3 restaurants only and maybe 60 people on the beach in total. Perfect! I grab a beach lunch and enjoy my view and the sound of ...
... for us which we tucked into on the way. We arrived at the school to find it deserted and clearly closed for the day. There was nothing for it but to turn around and go back to Khao Lak. Kobin must have felt sorry for us as on the way back he stopped to buy us a bag of banana fritters.
I wasn’t too disappointed that the lessons had had to be cancelled, as this meant I could finish the working week with an unscheduled afternoon on the beach!