La Flora Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... other end of the hall and found it a little disconcerting from time to time to hear my voice drifting across the room from the soundtrack.
My lesson was on food and drink containers. The children in the first class didn’t seem very motivated but I don’t think that had anything to do with me. I guess the novelty of wall-to-wall English for days on end was starting to wear thin. The second and third groups were in any case a lot livelier. I ...
... off the nice Swiss couple, who shared tales of Japan with us along the way.
Khao Lak was a bit of a shock after being at the National Park as it was a lot more touristy than most of the places we've been so far. We chilled out until the evening when we had a walk to the beach and found a restaurant for dinner. We were craving mango sticky rice after a few days without it but much to our disappointment couldnt find it anywhere on the street stalls so a little disappointed headed to ...
... Amazon is not the only car in the car park with a hole in a piston. The Jaguar XK150 driven by the all Malaysian crew of Syed Jamalullail, has a hole in piston number five and this morning there were various debates about how best to proceed – the car has been blowing out blue smoke for the past couple of days. The car was acquired only a couple of months before the event and had not benefited ...
... exercise and so went for a long walk on the beach to fortify myself before meeting the two Germans at the office at midday. There was some good news. Uli had decided not to move to Phu Khao Lak. The non-air-con rooms were too basic for him and the air-con bungalows too expensive. Phew...what a relief.
I hadn’t been looking forward to these lessons, the first without my English speaking ally but they actually went well. Uli was suffering with a ...
... all kinds of secondary paths where we had to climb, jump and hike our way through the rain forest. We saw a lot of wildlife ... monkeys and big spiders , wild bananas and many birds..we had a wonderful time, waterfalls, swimming holes and beautiful streams, he taught us about how to survive in the jungle- get water from inside the bamboo trunks and eat the wild fruit...Good workout too!!... At some points our guide seemed ...