Suwan Palm Resort
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When the people of Khao Lak need to go to a big town they have the choice of Phuket Town to the south or Takua Pa to the north. While Phuket Town is a well known tourist destination, Takua Pa has largely retained its traditional Thai character. Apart from changing buses there on one occasion I had never visited Takua Pa and so when Sue suggested we had a trip to the market there on Saturday I thought it an excellent idea.
Nicky came along too. We waved down one ...
... couple of beers.
On Tuesday I planned to take Phil over to my favourite beach bar, Nong Prew, at Bang Niang. Knowing that the best sunbeds there were snapped up early we got a taxi at 10.00am for the short ride. But that wasn’t early enough it seemed. They were all taken, many just with towels thrown over them and no sign of any occupants which was rather annoying. This beach bar was so lovely three years ago but has been a victim of ...
... was flat and so we had another ten minute wait until someone arrived on a motorbike with a battery.
We arrived late at the school but the teacher accepted our apologies gracefully and we went straight into the first lesson. We had warned Ali that the children here were likely to be difficult. Amazingly though the first class behaved really well. It was almost as if they had had a good talking to.
Encouraged by this we headed optimistically ...
... staff members and divemasters (13 staff in all, for the 20 passengers). We had representation from just about every continent (just not Antarctica !), with divers & staff from countries including Brazil, Peru, Korea, Switzerland, Andora, Australia, Ireland, South Africa, Russia, Portugal, and of course us 2 Americans. Our cabin was reasonably nice, and it was certainly plenty enough for the 2 of us. Besides, I ended ...
... out that my hostel friend had fallen asleep, and 'big rain', you know. I did know, and was not fussed. He became my Facebook friend, and promised to see me on my return. He's the second person to think I'm coming back. The first was on the train, my seat-row-mate for several hours talked to me an hour or so from my destination, ending up giving me her email address and phone number so she could show me round-"you have to come back to Bangkok, ...