Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... to the market. The first section was still not pleasant as the traffic raced past much too close for comfort at times but when I reached the section where they had built a pavement it was much better. The walk, at a very slow pace, took me 40 minutes.
I decided to take a little detour to see the Tsunami memorial park where the police boat sits. Again there had been construction work in progress there last year and I imagined that it was ...
... of Heavenly Happiness at 10:00. The Temple is the oldest and most important Fukien, or Hoklo (Hokkien) temple in Singapore. The main temple is dedicated to Mazu, the Taoist goddess of the sea and protector of all seamen, while a second temple at the back is a Buddhist one dedicated to Kuan Yin, the bodhisattva of mercy.
Guarding the doors are tigers, lions and Door Gods, traditional sentinels of any Taoist temple. Beyond ...
... I had stayed for that price range.
Khao Lak was a nice beach town that was very quiet and spread out. It’s a great place for couples, families, and anybody looking to get away from the crazier Thai beach locations but not quite isolated in the middle of nowhere. I, however, was ready to do some diving!
Note most of the pictures are from after the dive trip. We all overnighted here again before moving on.
... it was time for the certificates to be presented.
First the teachers, then the volunteers and lastly the children were all photographed individually as they collected their “English Camp” certificates. Sunny made a little speech, the teachers each said something, three children were brought to the front to express their thanks in Thai, Burmese and Mon respectively and then each volunteer had to say a few words. With the possible exception of ...
... a fist to try to kneed the “knot” out of my butt muscle every morning to relieve just enough pain and tightness so I can function for the day. I'm glad I had my own room so I could do this in private. Anyways, after getting myself ready to go, we'd quickly eat a bit of breakfast, which was prepared by the Thai kitchen crew, while going over the dive briefing with Sam, the leader of the dive crew. Excited to get going, we would ...