Khao Lak Resort
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... massage Dennis asked Battery Boy to sit up. On doing so Dennis put Battery Boy into a submission hold known as 'The Human Pretzel', a hold made famous by the late, great Polish wrestler from the 1920's Stanislaus Zbyszko, a noted intellectual, who studied music, philosophy and law while growing up in Vienna, Austria. He also possessed gifted strength, like Dennis, and joined the renowned Vindobona Athletic Club while in college. ...
... water filled boots and I ended up kicking Paul several times along the way!! Ooopppsss! We had to walk along and climb up slippery rocks, which was a bit scary! But we all managed it ok.
It got a bit smelly and loud as we neared the end of our journey in the cave. We were led into a cavern which was full of bats! It wasn’t pleasant but it was really cool to look up and see thousands of bats. For the first time since entering the cave, I got my camera ...
... quite keen to have a sleep. Both Talon and Zachary slept for about an hour and a half and weren't too bad on the flight. This time I was able to watch two movies! The flight wasn't full so we were able to have the middle seats blocked giving us that little bit more room.
We arrived in Phuket about 5.30pm local time and after stuffing around with arrival and departure cards headed outside to find our ...
... to pack up our few belongings and head back to the real world again. It was very hot on the boat going back and the journey seemed even longer as we were taken to a particularly scenic area known as “Guilin” after the Chinese region of limestone karsts.
Our taxi driver was waiting for us at Ban Ta Khun and in less than two hours we were back in the bustle of Khao Lak. It felt as if we had been away for ages, instead of just one night. What a good trip it had been!
... next two days would pass uneventfully, as I rested my knee and enjoyed the serenity of the peaceful jungle. It is still recovering, and I can at least bend it some now. I'm dithering alot on what to do next, and can't seem to commit to anything. The later trip is taking shape, but for now the next month is an open book, and I'm struggling to write the chapter titles.
Stay tuned, who knows where I'll be next!