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Very nice view, good food, nice staff
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... Video Girl rolled over and had a brief conversation with Battery Boy after reading her iPad.
Video Girl, "The next resort doesn't have a swim up bar."
Battery Boy, "Did you want a swim up bar?"
Video Girl, "Yes, it is safer for when I drink."
Battery Boy, "How is it safer?"
Video Girl, "Well, if I fall over I won't get hurt."
Battery Boy, "Had you considered drowning?"
... on Paul’s trek again.
We reached the half way hut in no time at all using our markers along the way, we sat down to have a drink when Paul noticed that a rock on the river had his initials on it! Definite photo op!! So he headed down to the river and worked his way through the maze of wet rocks to reach his namesake rock; thankfully he made it there and back without injury!
We signed out of the park and got on our way. We ...
... with our resort and a shower. I sat in the front this time but really felt nauseous all day. We all really enjoyed the rafting and quad biking and Zachary loved the flying fox. Whilst I am at my massage tonight Gary will take the boys to dinner. I think Zachary is the only one hungry after not eating anything yesterday or today. I look forward to a good nights sleep tonight (last night I actually did have a good sleep) and hopefully all geared up and ready to go on our last tour ...
... and then handed over to the Home and Life Band. We were sorry to have to leave when our taxi arrived to collect us and all agreed it had been much better than teaching.
Sue was back from her trip on Wednesday night and she and Marilyn came to Phu Khao Lak restaurant to eat. The meal was good but what none of us had realised was that it was a national “Buddha Day” and so there was no alcohol being sold. A quick phone call to Ken however established ...
... coats whilst they waited for rooms to become vacant for them. I then went for a walk along the beach, returning in good time for a coffee and a shower before setting off for the office. There I bumped into Sheila, a Scottish lady I had got to know last year who came to Khao Lak in the immediate aftermath of the tsunami and has never returned home. She now teaches English in Kyoto, Japan and comes back to Khao Lak during the school holidays. She was here at Christmas but as ...