Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... 8217;d been to Tarzan Bar that they thought I’d gone home without saying goodbye.
I took Marilyn to White Sand Beach on Tuesday and she loved it. We set off at 9.00 to make sure of getting some sunbeds at my favourite spot, the Boatyard Restaurant. My usual taxi driver was not around and so I had to explain to a new one that we wanted to go to the Boatyard. Off we went but got no further than Bang Niang before he turned off the main road. After ...
... It was interesting that they both spoke quietly and yet the children still listened to them and responded well. It shows that you don’t necessarily need the loud, dictatorial approach adopted by my recent colleagues. With the older children we did “Food Containers” again. The two girls really enjoyed it and didn’t make a single critical remark all morning. What a lovely change! They tucked into the lunch we shared with the teachers and even ...
... the right thing to marry him. What can you say!!! Before I had a chance to ask if she was going to be moving to Leeds some more customers arrived and she had to go off to see to them.
I settled for a taxi ride back and so was in time for a cooling dip in the pool before sun down. I had dinner at Phuyai Dum Food and Drink where they do small portions on top of rice at very cheap prices. This salved my conscience after having had a big lunch but I ...
... I think it is owned by the Ramada and so I expected the food to be good. I had a prawn panaeng curry and to be fair, it was good but I don’t think I’ll be back there again.
I had a tradition of taking breakfast on a Sunday at the German cafe and lingering over the Bangkok Post. I was the first one there on Sunday morning and enjoyed my boiled egg, bagel with cheese and ham, fresh orange juice and a mug of proper coffee. ...
... described as a canteen. Here there was an array of ready cooked food for us to choose from. We established what meat or fish was in each, which were spicy and which weren’t and made our choices. They were served with a plate of rice and the usual selection of salad leaves, cucumber and extra chillies. We each chose a cold drink from the fridge and once again were amazed when the total bill was less than £3. The food was lovely but very spicy, and “Thai ...