Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... I was sitting next to a retired couple from Oldham who are regular visitors to Khao Lak and said they remembered seeing me around last year.
The weekend was wonderful as usual. I lunched on the beach at Peter Bar on Saturday and later walked over to the market at Bang Niang where Victoria and Steph were helping to sell muffins and cookies on the Home and Life Orphanage stall. Both are leaving in the next few days, Victoria to return to work in London and ...
The next two classes were on “My Family”. This subject has only recently been reintroduced in the schools after the devastating loss of life caused by the tsunami. So the lesson pack included some new photos and we were amused to recognise the family as that of Kobin, the taxi driver. When I showed Kobin later that we had been using his photograph in our classes I succeeded, for the first time ever, in getting a smile out of him. He is ...
... of the jungle, I came upon a shelter with a bench - unbelievable! I sat out the rain with a Thai family and a couple of German tourists and then continued on my way to the restaurant. As well has having wonderful views along the coast Muan Lai serves delicious food from Isaan, in North East Thailand. I had a spicy duck dish which had the most amazing mix of flavours.
As dusk fell I was in my normal seat on the verandah catching up with some ...
... rather than the original spaghettini. Both very tasty.
For dessert Dylan had the lemongrass granite with lychee, pomelo, mango and ginger jelly. He said it was amazing. I had the carrot cake with cream cheese ice cream and olive tapenade. Delicious.
We finished lunch at 1:30 then we wandered around the rest of the gardens. We saw the ginger section, bonsai section, rainforest walk and the healing garden.
... and, leaving our things where they were, we clambered up the sandy bank behind us to the little bamboo shelters where the massage ladies work. For me it is always a very pleasant way to spend an hour but I was a little concerned that Phil, who has a bad leg, might not find it quite so comfortable. There were a few grunts and groans from his direction but he gave the girl free rein on his bad leg and seemed to think that she knew what she was doing and that ...