Suwan Palm Resort
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... local travel agent, and soon outside again with minivan and speedboat combined tickets. Oh yes, there is also nowhere on the island to dock, so a local boatman will come out to carry you and backpack to the beach. More welcome news! Back to Ban Ao Thong, and more first things first. Or should I say thirst things first? We're no longer in Malaysia, the home of the £4 bottle of Tiger; we're in Thailand, home of the £1 bottle of Chang; and I prefer the beer!! We sit at rustic ...
... mainly tourists shops and restaurants but it's pleasant enough. We sat on the beach and ate a lunch of cup noodles and then decided to go to Walkers Inn to book accommodation for the night we would arrive back from the boat trip as they seemed so nice. When we got there we were told there was no space but just as we were leaving, our English owner friend came over and said he had a room in a place he was renovating we could have for cheap. He took us there to show us and ...
... to go over to Bang Niang on Monday night to eat at Mars Bar, a British owned bar about which I had heard a lot but never visited and then go to the nightly ladyboy show at Moo Moo Cabaret. Sue cried off with a bad stomach but I met Nicky at 7.30 and we were soon in a taxi heading for Bang Niang. At Mars Bar we broke all our eating rules (promising each other that it would never reach the ears of the youngsters whom we are constantly chiding for their choice of ...
... squeeze into at the Blah Blah Bar for my customary mango shake and spell of people watching. Felix, the Swiss man I had spoken to a week or two earlier was there, with his Thai wife this time, and he introduced me to another Swiss couple who were friends of theirs. The conversation was in German but every so often Felix would translate for me. They were talking about Thai fake Rolexes, he told me, as his friend was, would you believe, a Swiss watchmaker!
... that we wouldn’t be seeing any more of Jenny with her hard luck stories (after her travelling companion died of a mystery illness, she had lost all her bank cards, and her son, who worked for Apple in California, had been involved in a motorbike accident). She had argued with Ken and Sunny over payment of the registration fee (basically she didn’t see why she should have to pay it, although everybody else did) and so quit.