Khao Lak Inn
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... the roadside and into the large open storm water drains that lined the road.
As they left Khao Lak and entered the windy and mountaineous stretch of road Battery Boy looked at Video Girl and noticed her face was now the same colour as her granita.
"Are you alright?", inquired Battery Boy.
"Don't talk to me or I will vomit.", gulped Video Girl.
They arrived ahead of schedule in Thaimuang and entered the grounds ...
... to another cave some of which was underwater. They were supposed to be in that order but the guides changed it around so we were going to get wet on the hike. Paul and I had bought our hiking boots thinking we could wear flip flops or barefoot in the cave but were soon told we couldn’t. I was not a happy bunny, I’d got my boots wet in England before we came travelling and they took blooming ages to dry out!!
After lunch, we were taken by ...
... yesterday. The water is so glorious and refreshing as the weather as expected is so muggy. Not sure on the temperature but I guess it's around 33. We had a nice swim in this pool before relaxing on the sun lounges for a while. Talon and I chose the lounges facing the beach. We had fun watching all the different people walking on the beach. We then thought we would head to the family pool where we had so much fun on the waterslides but there were too ...
... the attap roof. Marilyn thought it was probably monkeys. The staff had told us earlier that a sun bear had climbed onto the roof of one of the huts recently. I really wished that we had closed the windows.
We survived the night in one piece however and were amazed that we hadn’t even been bitten. It seems that the water in the lake has some properties that makes it unsuitable for mosquitoes to lay their eggs there. The sunrise was stunning. We ...
... get things rolling, and my body moving after feeling quite idle on the boat, I booked a 2 day, 1 night stay on Cheow Lan Lake. Probably the most famous feature of the park, this beauty boasts 120m depth at some points, deep lush jungle surrounding it, and its gem feature, floating bamboo huts!
The next morning I was off, and soon the noise of a longtail boat was burning my ears as we ripped across the smooth lake. ...