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Despite the two late night cans of Chang it was a long time before I finally nodded off on Monday night and I awoke with a start at 10.o’clock on Tuesday morning having slept through the alarm which I had set.
There had been evidence of some recent heavy rains as we drove from the airport the previous night but it was a lovely sunny …
The winter had so far been damp but relatively mild. There had been no frosts and there were splashes of colour still in the garden as summer flowers and foliage lingered on. However, on Sunday 23 November, my scheduled departure date, there was a noticeable drop in the temperature. It was decidedly chilly, just the right time for me to be leaving …
... Restaurant, and then called at Sakai Bar for a nightcap where we both agreed that the resident guitarist must be the worst in Khao Lak.
Thursday would be Marilyn’s last full day in Khao Lak and she suggested a return to White Sand Beach. I never pass up the opportunity to spend the day there. We found two sun beds in a prime position at the Boatyard Restaurant and enjoyed a most relaxing day in beautiful surroundings. Marilyn declared it to be ...
... every meal we had fresh watermelon and pineapple too. As there was not much to do at the lake we put some music on, drank beer and played card games all night. I thought i would really struggle sleeping that night as it was very wooden with an open air bathroom. I could hear alot of animal noises too. I didnt sleep too badly. I woke up a few times in the night to use the toilet, i put my torch on in case i saw any bugs but luckily i didnt. As soon as ...
... GoPro was set to wide angle so it looked further away. That doesn't matter because I was there ;) A bunch of Lobsters: the mammoth one a topic of debate. Only our group saw it but we said between 500mm and 700mm...some say it was the size of a VW Beetle lol Stingrays: some hiding under the sand, some cruising by. Seahorse: I don't have a photo but look up pygmy pipehorse and ornate ghost pipefish. I lost count of how many giant moray eels we spotted! Evil looking ...