Sudala Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and found a supermarket and stocked up on the essential beers and water for the fridge and came back to relax on the loungers on the sand. I've had real trouble this afternoon trying to decide between the sea or the pool to cool off as they are both equidistance. The pool usually wins as there are a few sharp shells on the way to the sea. There was a nice young chap by the pool doing what seemed like cleaning all the stones around the pool, everyone seems to have ...
... fish, used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. Its name combines "mer" meaning the sea and "lion". The fish body represents Singapore's origin as a fishing village when it was called Temasek, which means "sea town" in Javanese. The lion head represents Singapore's original name — Singapura — meaning "lion city" or "kota singa".
Back to the bus and our next stop was at Thian Hock Keng Temple which ...
... pool before sunset and then, for dinner, I tucked into a big bowl of delicious Massaman beef curry.
Wednesday was to be Josh’s last day in Khao Lak but there was no sign of him when we gathered at the office in the morning. He was ill the girls reported. James, the sole male member of the Nottingham University bunch, was there but complaining of feeling very poorly. He didn’t need much persuading to stay behind and go back to bed. So it was just ...
... was a corridor that held our sleeping quarters on both sides. A sundeck opened up at the front to lay and lounge, while ladders at either end of the boat brought us to the briefing and eating area. One of the key requirements was to be qualified to dive to depths of 30m (nearly 100ft!), with my OW training only allowing me to go 18m at present. After some coaxing and gentle persuading to do my Advanced OW while on this trip, it just seemed ...
... pad thai prawn was delicious.
The weather continues to be hot and sunny - still no rain since before Christmas. Apparently such a long dry spell is unusual and even in what they call the “dry season” there is usually some rain. Everywhere is parched and brown and forest fires are starting to be a problem. Then at around 7.00pm on Sunday, as I sat reading on my deck, I heard a strange sound on the roof. It was raining! Everyone rushed ...