Khaolak Mohin Tara Hotel
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... br> Video Girl and Battery Boy completed sunset drinks without a hitch with extra strength to even take in a spectacular sunset and watch the fireflies from rocking chairs.
A dinner of spicy Thai delicacies and a main course of snow fish in a curry sauce topped off the first day at Wanakarn.
Video Girl and Battery Boy returned to their villa where the turndown service had been completed and a tray of Swiss chocolates awaited them.
... I decided not to have a go as I wanted to keep my boots dry for as long as possible – I’m getting old!!
We carried on walking for another 30 minutes or so, by this time everyone’s feet (bar my) were wet so they we all walking through the streams – I was still trying to find the dry route. We reached the entry to the cave where Porn told us to take any clothes off that we didn’t want to get wet. Everyone stripped down ...
... and tired. Gary and the boys somehow were hungry so they headed briefly down to where we had breakfast that morning and had a BBQ banquet. Me well more than happy to have a long relaxing shower.
Well I have to admit I am quite nervous about what tomorrow will bring (motion sickness and all) with our snorkelling tour to the Similan Islands. We are being picked up at 7.30 am so we will head down for a very small breakfast beforehand.
Wish me ...
... we were seeing and give us a chance for a breather. I was able to keep up with the youngsters but after about an hour we reached the small clearing before the last and most strenuous part. I would like to have kept going but had heard that the path was quite vertiginous in parts with a sheer drop on one side. That decided me. I would wait in the clearing. I was left with some of the belongings of the other walkers and suddenly found myself all alone in ...
... passing through waste deep water, missed a step with my left foot into an ungodly abyss, the depths of which are still unknown! I clobbered my arm, and my poor right knee bore the brunt of my weight with a crash that would tear it wide open. A bit shocked at first I continued onward, hoping it would be ok. We made out way back to camp eventually, I cleaned up the deep wounds, and let it sit.
That evening we had a ...