La Flora Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> Phil came down to my end of town later and we walked over to the Gold Elephant Restaurant for dinner and finished the evening listening to the music at Tarzan Bar.
It was lesson preparation day once more on Monday. After breakfast I made my way to the office to meet Martin and Uli. I was hoping that the preparation wouldn’t take too long as it was Phil’s last day and I was going to meet him on the beach later. As there had been no ...
... was so kind. Our real accommodation wasn't the nicest but it was one night. We walked to a cool market for dinner that night. Day 9 We decided to go to the Sea Dragon dive shop in the morning to sort any paperwork and drop our bags in. We were told to be back at 8pm when we would leave for the boat. We spent the day wandering around Khao Lak. This is where the 2004 tsunami hit the worst and thousands of people died. You would never know now though. It isn't the most ...
There were definitely more holidaymakers in town by Friday night. Many of the restaurants were nearly full and when I got to Tarzan Bar I found the front table, as it used to be last year, taken by a big group of German biker types. Many of their faces were familiar. Khao Lak is clearly a place that many people return to year after year.
Saturday was my birthday. I started the day with my favourite rice soup for breakfast at Khao Lak Thai Foods Restaurant before ...
... from Burma. The monk told me he was from Mawlaminye in Burma and had travelled from Burma with the Buddha Statue in 2010 to set up this monastery.
It was now raining again and so I called into a newly opened cafe advertising “real coffee” and ordered an iced coffee. This was quite good but the highlight of the hour or so I spent sitting out the rain was watching a family of very young kittens. When I arrived they were all fast asleep behind the books in ...
... to be in Khao Lak for some weeks after I left I could see her adopting exactly the same evening routines as I had been used to during my four month stay.
Monday was another beach day. I was starting to value my time by the sea now as the number of days left here dwindled fast. On my return to Phu Khao Lak in the afternoon I was delighted to see that my neighbours had left and so my view was no longer obscured by their 4 x 4 and trailer. Nicky, Sue and I ...