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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... for 1.5 hours. A light refreshment of a beer and a cocktail on the beach before getting ready to go out for dinner. We had our usual, Peta's is Massaman curry and mine is Pad Thai. Very yummy. We also booked our next resort in Koh Phangan for 4 nights along with the cab to the ferry port and the fast ferry to the island. We have also booked flights to Bangkok and Siem Reap. So far it has been 3 days since Peta has had a massage! Should I be getting ...
... to find that a bat had taken up residence in my rafters. They sometimes swoop underneath the roof over my verandah but this one was hanging from the rafters, like a sword of Damocles, immediately above my door watching me with its beady eyes as I went in and out.
I did a little more work in the office on Wednesday morning. I was joined by Sheila for a while, a Scottish lady who teaches in Japan and has been visiting Khao Lak regularly since the tsunami. ...
... excentric Frenchman he sat at our table complaining that his Thai staff have only a first gear and recommending Moo Moo, where the women have breasts, hips and little tiny penises. His waitress arrived and cleared just one glass. Wednesday evening we visited the market at Bang Niang, out of town and full of Thai's we found it more traditional, cheaper and less crowded than Krabi or Chiang Mai's offerings. It runs 5-9pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and is just ...
... was beautiful, exactly what I imagined Khao Lak to be. We walked up the beach and found a secluded spot under a tree. We had a swim before relaxing on the beach. We only moved because we were hungry. After some food we continued to walk along the beach. There were a number of large tree trunks in the sand and we think they were from the tsunami. We walked for miles past the 5 star resorts that were sadly way out of our budget. We grabbed a ...
... for the second time, half an hour later, the tortoise’s suitcase was filling up with 20 baht notes. There’s something about poor defenceless animals that never fails to tug at our Western heartstrings!
From the market I walked back along the main road until I reached Hill Tribes Restaurant. This restaurant receives rave reviews and for sometime I had been meaning to visit it. Much of the food on offer is prepared according to recipes ...