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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... When we met up with the others it was a 1 hour trek back to the boat. If you are keeping tally, yes it was many hours of trekking, exhausting, but we would do it all over again. On the way back to the boat Helen took a different track and sunk knee deep into the mud, I was worried she would keep sinking she went down so quick. The boat driver wouldnt let her get into the boat until she washed. lol Wed 30th ...
... which maybe signified that the weather was settling down again. It was certainly not as hot and humid now.
On balance I love living in such close proximity to the jungle which covers the hill rising immediately behind my bungalow. Since the rain and increased humidity though there has been a marked increase in the number of visitors to my verandah of an evening. As soon as dusk falls and I switch on my lights swarms of little moths arrive. Sometimes ...
... have been spoiled and treated everyday, subsidising the extra expense of the up market resort. Security clocked us coming off the beach into The Sands and now pounce any time we draw near so we haven't spent anytime there. Emma super optom has been revising. She doesn't have any exams but says she will forget about eyes over a year, both of them. This is admirable, I on the other hand am content to sit in my admiration. Tuesday evening we had a fantastic meal at Smile. Run by ...
... to give them the news. His father came out to arrange for the body to be flown back home and upset Jenny by implying that she was somehow to blame for his son’s untimely death (he was 36).
Jenny considered returning home but was reluctant to give up on her travel plans and so, after several days spent emptying bottles of gin on the beach, she decided she needed to pull herself together and find something to occupy herself with for a while. ...
... 2 of the 4 nights on the top deck under the stars.
We were very lucky to have the virtually perfect weather & sea conditions. While this is considered to be high season and the best time of year to visit the Similan Islands, they had unusually rough weather for the previous 2 trips on this boat days before us -- high winds & rough seas, causing pitching & rolling and some uncomfortable people. ...
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- Free parking