Khao Lak Inn
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... from Krabi which is a two hour bus from Khao Sok so went to book it, put in all of the details and right at the end it said all the flights had now been sold at that price and that flights had increased by a lot. We were not happy and were pretty deflated. We went over to the bar and asked Kai for travel advice. He then asked if we'd had dinner and whether we wanted to get some. They did a fire every night with chicken or red snapper fish, potatoes, onions and rice but it ...
... their teeth.
The afternoon lessons were with the older children and dragged a little especially when we started the final lesson only to be told by the teacher that the children had already completed that lesson and could we teach something else? We repeated one of the earlier lessons which was much too simple for them really and they were all clearly bored. Eventually it was time to leave and the children presented us each with a handmade Father Christmas.
... and so could spread out. As it got dark we were served breakfast, the meal we should have been enjoying at 9.00am. Then the shutters were pulled down and the lights turned off for everyone to sleep. As I would now be arriving in the early hours of the morning and going straight to bed I was not too worried about getting much sleep and so watched a lot of episodes of The Big Bang Theory and read for a while.
Although I had emailed the ...
... later we arrived at Bamboo Rafting which is a really popular attraction in Thailand! The rafts are literally a row of bamboo tied together. Thai people more often than not seem to live where they work, especially places like this one. Whilst waiting to get on a raft there was a lot of commotion on the other side of the stream as a Thai woman started screaming. We soon realised that one of their straw huts was on fire, the woman was at the time bathing 2 young children in the stream ...
... hour and was very relaxing.
Then a short long boat ride to the area of the caves, we had to trek for one hour to get to the caves. The canopy of the jungle protected us from the sun and it was quite cool, 28 degress and 70% humidity, we weaved our way back and forth over the creek/river which provided us constant opportunities to cool off, very refreshing.
We walked, swam and waded through the ...