Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... gym for a couple of hours then walked along the beach for an hour, I feel so good."
"Hallelujah", whispered Battery Boy from beneath the bed linen. He then remained mute and attempted not to move at all because he knew what was coming.
"You should get up and go to the gym with me in the mornings", commanded Video Girl.
"Damn it, why couldn't you have kept the 'hallelujah' to yourself. Now you pay the price", thought Battery Boy.
... shots. We spent about 30 minutes at James bond Island and then headed to Pan Yee Island to have our lunch. It was about 2PM when we arrived so we were starving. We have rice, rice and more rice; that’s all these ******* eat. There was not much Vegetarian to pick from so they brought us out some tempura beans. Yay. We’re easily pleased. We spent an hour there, it was like a town on stilts because its all over the water. We had a ...
... to familiarise ourselves with the resort today and after breakfast we really couldn't resist a swim before too long. With the weather hot and muggy the pool was glorious. Not too many people around either. The resort has five pools including a family pool with waterslides. All four of us had a great time in this pool and braved the waterslides numerous times. We basically had it to ourselves. We swam in all pools today and finished the day swimming ...
... were five of us at Ska Bar that evening. It was suggested that we go to a restaurant that has recently opened in Khao Lak called Naam. The atmosphere was a little lacking but most of us couldn’t fault the service and food. Sheila however found her massaman curry too spicy. We then strolled up to Robert’s Bar but found that he wasn’t singing tonight. The two London ladies who claimed that they weren’t “bar people” then returned to ...
... Uli’s last day and I was expecting lots more stage managed photos but he seemed a little subdued and didn’t even get his camera out. I asked him if he had enjoyed his month’s teaching. He took a long time to reply and then said that he had found it “frustrating..........not like Germany”.
Martin suggested that we had dinner together and so it was back to Everyday Restaurant once more on Friday night. Uli was still on soup only but ...