Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... had to approach them from behind and touch them firmly so they knew we were there. We had professional photo’s taken but they are on a disk so we can’t add them to our blog.
Our next stop was the upside down house. Everything was upside down which meant you looked like you were walking on the ceiling and hanging from the roof. Bit of fun…not highly recommended.
From there we moved on to The ...
... up at 8.30am. Now I am partly feeling sick as the drive today was just over an hour and not only was it windy but our driver was quite erratic constantly speeding up and then slamming the brakes. I sat in the back on the way there which didn't help and felt quite ill by the time we reached our destination. We finally arrived and first up today was an elephant trek which I am well and truly over. It is so uncomfortable and we went up some steep hills so all your weight is ...
... was not a good choice. The meals came in dribs and drabs. Four on the table had finished eating whilst Japanese Sheila and I were still waiting. Sheila was very vocal in her dissatisfaction with this and cancelled her meal. I waited for my chicken and cashew nuts to arrive (which was actually very tasty) but felt as if I had to bolt it down as everyone else was by now waiting for me. We ended the week at Monkey Bar where there was a rather good trio of musicians performing.
... cure for my blues once I made it to Khao Lak. I had come to join a diving trip liveaboard with a local dive shop, Sea Dragon. I have dove with them two years ago, and they were also recommended by my friend from Indo, Chehab, whom worked with them last year.
I did have 2 days to kill before we would depart, so I grabbed a bike, and ripped around a bit, heading to a beautiful peaceful setting on the beach. Khao Lak is a bit of a sleepy little town, so ...
... sip a cold drink that we really didn’t mind. We both agreed that it had been a fantastic day.
There were already fireworks being set off as I walked into town at 8.00 pm to meet Ian, Barbara and Nicky at the corner shop for a cheap beer before dinner. Barbara had been back to the doctors and had received confirmation that she had tested positive for shingles. She had been given a prescription for a 7 day course of tablets involving taking 10 tablets a day! ...