Tacola Resort and Spa
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Caleb used all of his might to hit the gong three times to signify the start of breakfast. Christine was very impressed to find a dim sum offering at breakfast - it is a luxury camp. Our group spent some time at a local market in the morning. We saw the full heads of pigs, chicken blood and chicken feet. There are eggs painted pink to let you know that these will have a long shelf life. Many of the fish were sitting on ice but still ...
... platforms and three elephants were brought over to them 1 on each platform. We were given some coconut husk that had been soaked in water to scrub the little elephants. The hoses were then brought out and the first thing one of the elephants did was grab the hose from a fellows hand and maneuver it into his mouth - nice trick. We moved to the last elephant on the end as there were a few less people there. This was not one of the elephants who took a bath in the mud and ...
... much to say about the Germans although he commented on the fact that Uli’s bad stomach had started last Friday when they had had to cancel classes at Koh Nok school but that it hadn’t stopped him going to Phuket for the weekend.
It was good to be back by the sea and I spent a pleasant few hours in the afternoon reading on the beach. We had dinner at Phu Khao Lak Restaurant which was very nice but disturbed by a light shower of rain which sent ...
... We couldn't figure out how they had got to Dave's toes but later on we saw that they can go so thin they can get through your shoes if they are material as well as your socks. From then on the walk had regular leech checks and at the end of the trip we had a leech tally which Flo won with 13, Dave and I got 12 each, Boom got 5 and Kai only got 1! They must like foreign blood. We stopped for lunch halfway at a stream and were each given a little paper parcel. Inside was ...
... time later he returned with some drinks for us and we old folk managed to find a table in a quiet corner. There was no suggestion of staying for more than one drink and so we started to walk back to our various places of accommodation. On the way however, we passed Monkey Bar which was still going strong. Nicky and Ian opted for some more drinks but Barbara and I decided to do the sensible thing and call it a day. It was nearly 3.30 am when I got to bed. I ...