Khaolak Oriental Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... success and is now far too popular.
We found a couple of plastic chairs and a spot in the shade and settled down, me to read and Phil to tackle the latest Times Listener crossword. After about half an hour the proprietress came to tell us that there were some vacant sunbeds, to which we gratefully moved. Two weeks ago I had spent an entertaining day on the beach here watching an excavator planting new palm trees in the sand and was interested to see ...
... clear that we already had a booking and the taxi driver was more than happy to take us.
We arrived at Palmview Bungalows a few minutes later and we met by Mama & Papa who offered us some cold water and a seat. We were shown to our room. It was a basic wooden bungalow and was called a family room as it had 2 double beds in it. We had a fan and a hot shower. For 700 THB a night it was ...
... about her husband’s health but was coping better now that her travel arrangements back to the UK had been sorted out.
Thursday was another hot and sunny day. We have had no rain since December and the once green lawns of Phu Khao Lak are now looking decidedly brown. It was an 8.30 start and I was surprised to arrive at the office and find yet another new addition to our team. Josh was from Brecon in Wales, had recently graduated ...
... Lak the day before after having spent a few days sightseeing in Bangkok. He was to join our team and as we travelled to Lampee School the three of us filled him in on what we would be doing that day.
The Burmese children were once again as good as gold. With such small classes (one class was our smallest ever - just five children) we were able to make good progress with the children. Lesley, Alison and I had been discussing the wider use of ...
... Christmas Eve and everyone was in party mood. All the big hotels had “Gala Christmas Dinners” tonight and a few of the more upmarket restaurants were trying to sell pricier than usual fixed menus but in the main it was business as usual in town. I chose to eat at Kung Seafood, a restaurant I had not visited before but which was always packed with customers. I ordered tiger prawns baked with butter and garlic and was presented with ...