Takolaburi Cultural & Spa Resort
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... freshish air. We only had to wait a few minutes for our next lift. The minibuses I have seen driving around are really flash with disco lights and massive sound systems in! Ours was the complete opposite. It was the same as the first but at least it wasn't full up. We set off and there where a couple of German girls chatting away and there was no sign of them stopping. Don't get me wrong I have nothing against Germans but girl talk is girl talk at the end of the day ...
... it rains over here it rains like nothing you will see in NZ. The drops almost hurt! Yet the funniest part of the day was swimming in the rain and trying to roll around on a floating log. Perfect conditions for my waterproof camera to come out and work it's magic. By the end of the day we had eaten an awesome dinner and drunk more, in fact we drank 5x700ml bottles of whiskey by the end of the night and ran khao sok out of soda water. Not bad considering not all of ...
... side of me are unoccupied. The town is noticeably quieter too and the bars and restaurants are starting to close earlier. I was the only customer at Wimanthip Restaurant. The staff told me that they will close the restaurant in April.
After a bowl of rice soup for breakfast at Khao Lak Thai Foods Restaurant I continued with my work in the office on Thursday morning. At lunchtime Sheila called in to see if I wanted to go for lunch with her. I ...
... decent Beatles covers before heading home. Thursday morning we got up at 7 to miss the heat and make it to Lam Ru National park. There are Asiatic bears, Tapirs and Drongos (bird variety not Australian) but not today. It's a 2 km walk around the nature trail which leads to several rocky coves, viewpoints and beaches. There is a 100 baht entrance fee. Sandy beach was our destination and we weren't disappointed. My first wow moment, a deserted and spectacular little bay all ...
... such a high speed that I thought my end was nigh. Poor Phil would arrive on Tuesday, I thought, to find me in the mortuary. The driver did deliver me safely however but dropped me at the very top end of the town making it a long walk back home.
Sunday was another lovely lazy day, spent on the beach. My usual beach bar appeared to be closed and so I wandered right to the end of Nang Thong beach and spent a very pleasant few hours at Marigold ...