Suwan Palm Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... fallen out of his pocket then and been taken out to sea. We searched the beach and rock pools in hope that it might have been caught in one of them – it hadn’t. I was absolutely gutted for them! All their photos gone!! Luckily, I had taken loads of photos the last few days but there was loads of time where we weren’t together!
After three hours of searching, we gave up looking for it and enjoyed what was left of the day. Ray ...
... outside Trang station, and right next door to Ban AoThong, the hotel we'd booked for the night. First things first, what's the next stop? Only here for the one night, so decision to be made. We'd done quite a lot of narrowing down the choice, and quickly decided on Koh Bulon Leh. Why? No transport on the island; but as the inhabitable part is at most about 3km by 1km, not an issue. And electricity only between 6pm and 2am daily! That should help keep the tourists at bay. Off ...
... Lak was winding and lots of roadworks so was pretty hairy, I probably dug my nails into Mike's legs!
Showered and walked out for dinner, tried BBQ skewers from a guy who sets up his stall outside McDonalds. 2 skewers with bread and salad (chicken for me, squid for Mike), mai tai cocktail for me, Coke for Mike - total 415 baht.
Kept scooter overnight so we could explore more tomorrow.
... It was quite a send off.
It had been a good three days and the appreciation shown by the staff and the children made it feel worthwhile. Ken told us later that one of the local schools had one year decided not to use the volunteers but to pay a lot of money to a company from Phuket to arrange their “English Camp”. The verdict came back from the children and the teachers alike that the “volunteers did it much better”.
As usual Monday morning saw us on our way to Lampee, the Burmese school. The broken glass in the library had still not been moved and the children, as ever, were very polite and well behaved.
One of our subjects for the little ones this week was “The Environment” and we thought it rather advanced for them but they coped admirably with long words and phrases such as “deforestation”, “reusable bags” and ...