Khao Lak Inn
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... on Christmas dinner for the volunteers on Boxing Day. This was the first any of us had heard about it. Jasmine had already made other plans for the day but Ian, Barbara and I all accepted. This time last year Ken had been talking about the Christmas dinner for weeks before the event. So this year, with the Tsunami Remembrance Events being held on Boxing Day I had assumed that there would be no volunteer dinner. We wondered if he’d remembered to tell anyone else about ...
If there is one thing to see in Thailand it is this place. Personally i think it was the highlight of my trip in this country, although there were a lot of special places in Thailand, these last two days have been wonderful.
We arrived in Khao Sok and got dropped off about 2km from the entrance of the park. Between there and the bus stop are several guesthouses, bungalows, restaurants and shops so we shopped around for a place to stay.
We are on a budget as you know so ...
... indoors as I tire of them landing on me or getting in my hair. An army of geckos await the moths and greedily devour their bodies leaving a pile of presumably indigestible wings for the cleaners to sweep up in the morning. A tree frog has also become a frequent visitor to the nightly feast. Gordon the gecko has been conspicuous by his absence for a week or two now but I have seen a slightly smaller Tokay gecko here from time to time. And on Tuesday night I was a ...
... 813 and next to Moo Moo Cabaret. We bartered down the Farang tax and bought some much needed shorts and vests. The nice Thai lady explained that the two pairs of medium shorts I'd picked up were different sizes of Medium, as they were different makes, but both still Fred Perry. There's some proper street food too which we'd missed since Ton Sai. Bonnie and Clyde are suffering with a bit of Thailand tummy so left early. We spread out our street food picnic and listened to ...
The three days spent teaching at the English Camp had been a rewarding but quite tiring experience and I was glad to have another long weekend ahead of me.
Friday was a day of pottering around. Josh and I had done most of our lesson preparation for next week when we returned from Wat Chang Non school on Thursday afternoon, as Josh was leaving that evening for a weekend in Phuket and Phi Phi Island. There were a few loose ends to attend to though and ...