Khao Sok Las Orquideas Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... off the nice Swiss couple, who shared tales of Japan with us along the way.
Khao Lak was a bit of a shock after being at the National Park as it was a lot more touristy than most of the places we've been so far. We chilled out until the evening when we had a walk to the beach and found a restaurant for dinner. We were craving mango sticky rice after a few days without it but much to our disappointment couldnt find it anywhere on the street stalls so a little disappointed headed to ...
... all around, we would soon be at our home for the night. Very basic huts, they float in a cascading row together joined by a central eating area.
We settled in, did some swimming, and then began the first activity. We hiked through the jungle to a 680m long cave, which was a walkthrough consisting of neck deep water and tight walls at some points. Not for the claustrophobic among us. This would however, prove to be my undoing, ...
... turn of the river. I liked this canoe trip more than actually being in the Khao Sok park itself.
Again due to dry season the river was quite low and once we got temporarily stuck. We spotted one snake in the trees, but no more monkey. We stopped halfway through for tea. I was given a cup made out of a piece of bamboo with a stirrer. I wondered what sort of forest plant this tea was made out of, but it was pretty good. I kept ...
... it that went into the bathroom. It had a porch with chairs. It had a lovely bed covered with a mosquito net, which I feels adds to the ambiance. The tree house had windows as well as electricity, a television and a small mini fridge. It also had a bathroom with a toilet and shower. It not only had a waterfall showerhead, but it also had another fake concrete tree that also served as a shower. It was so ...
... had seen so we booked it and were picked up yesterday morning by our guide Poo and a minibus full of other tourists.
Day 1- Picked up by minibus and taken to the Rajaprapha Dam, it is extremely large! Taken by long tail boat to our floating guest house (which took over an hour to reach) and given time to check in and relax before lunch. We swam in the waters of the dam which were oddly quite warm and very nice, they had placed huge logs around to ...