Khao Lak Resort
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... the snorkelling. Gary and Talon not so much! Just sorry I can't post any underwater shots for you. After a long shower we headed out briefly for dinner at the Italian restaurant within the resort. It was absolutely pouring by this stage with quite a fierce thunderstorm. We got quite wet going to dinner. Tomorrow we will generally hang at the resort I think as we have extremely busy days planned for Saturday and ...
... salad and a selection of dips. The two girl singers were performing again but to a very small audience and we too left soon after eating as Marilyn had a very early start in the morning for her three day liveaboard snorkeling trip.
I had a very lazy Friday, enjoying a late breakfast and then a few hours at the pool at Phu Khao Lak. I watched as some more of the “over-wintering” long stay guests departed to return to Europe, and ...
... and beer for us. It took about 40 minutes to drive to the national park. We then had to take a longtail boat to the lakehouse. The scenery was beautiful. The lake was so peaceful. Therewasa rpw of about 12 floating bungalows which we were staying in. We got 1 each. The first day was pretty relaxing. We had some lunch then free time. I swam in the lake. It was so fresh and clear i loved it. I relaxed for a bit then we went out on the kayaks. The water ...
... from the downpour. Occasionally tourists skipped across the large puddles from the shelter of one stall to the next and when three girls passed I was surprised to hear one of them call my name. It was Adrienne, an Australian teacher who had volunteered here last year and was back for another few weeks. They disappeared off into the rain and when after 45 minutes or so it seemed to be easing, I left the bar and waded through the puddles towards Bang ...
... super smart , super funny . He has amazing insight into the emotional aspects of being on a long journey, how it transforms into a pilgrimage of sorts! Where your ego is cast aside and the 'real' you emerges...very confusing when you haven't a clue as to what's happening! Lolll. He referred us to many authors on the topic...helped us immensely with the understanding of our journey! He actually put words to the emotions we ...