Takolaburi Cultural & Spa Resort
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... book both boys into a Thai boxing class on Wednesday and he and Zachary into a bike ride around the outskirts of the resort on Monday. Unfortunately Talon is just that bit too small for the bikes.
We were also keen to ensure we didn't miss out on our massages so we booked my three foot massages and a back and shoulder one for Gary. I am also waiting on confirmation as to when I can do the Thai cooking class. We have also been allocated the late checkout ...
... going to be working together and so we made some last minute adjustments to our lessons and then adjourned to the beach for the rest of the day. At Cheow Lan Lake the weather had been affected by the surrounding mountains as well as by its proximity to the east coast. There had nearly always been some cloud bubbling up and the humidity was high. Back at Khao Lak, on the west coast, we were still enjoying clear blue skies and fresh sea breezes. I had a ...
... Each tent had their own kayak at the front so you could get straight into this or dive off your front deck into the lake. Another welcome drink was had and it was time for lunch! A jungle trek was set for the afternoon and at first we were all up for it. However, a big lunch and the burning heat of the afternoon, plus the threat of some tough walking put us off and after the other English couple admitted laziness, we decided to decline as well. Part of me felt we should have done ...
... up out of the water, the dam is manmade but the scenery is spectacular. I can’t do it justice describing it so I am just going to put up some pictures. Suffice to say that we were looked after very well, we had more than enough to eat and it was very good food, we met some lovely people, (there were 13 in our group) and had some great chats. We are staying where we are for another few days before flying up to Chiang Mai, there we will decide where to go ...
... greeted us with, and they finished each class by singing “Thank you ever so much” to the tune of “Happy Birthday to You”.
Anton, Lynsey and I ate our lunch at a little table next to the playing field (last year we had sat with the children in the canteen) and then watched the kindergarten children playing in the new play area until it was time for our final class. This one did not go so well and I recognised many of the ...