Khaolak Sunset Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... until given a banana or some other sort of reward. Only then could they be persuaded to go up another tree. After a couple of hours there were literally hundreds of coconuts on the ground.
I met Phil at his hotel, The Sands, at 4.30pm and we took a taxi over to Bang Niang. We were going to visit the market, of course, but first had a look at the Police Boat, now one of Khao Lak’s landmarks. This was the boat that was guarding the ...
... him where to go and continued to enjoy the water).
Swam and sunbaked for a few hours, then walked back to room. Hired a scooter from our hotel and headed south, turned off at National park sign, stopped to check out beach, found turtle
sanctuary, wandered around in there, all diff size turtles. we even got to watch them weigh,
measure and tag the small turtles (fund out later there was a festival ...
... with us. We discussed Thai food today. One particular dish we were offered was incredibly spicy and defeated all of us but they have promised that next week they will cook something special for us.
After the trials of the morning I was ready for a relaxing afternoon reading on the beach. There was a pleasant breeze and the sea was surprisingly choppy. As I wandered back through Phu Khao Lak Resort to my bungalow I heard the sound of ...
... Lak the day before after having spent a few days sightseeing in Bangkok. He was to join our team and as we travelled to Lampee School the three of us filled him in on what we would be doing that day.
The Burmese children were once again as good as gold. With such small classes (one class was our smallest ever - just five children) we were able to make good progress with the children. Lesley, Alison and I had been discussing the wider use of ...
... food and restaurants. It was under a pound. I mooched round, having stopped near the railway station for lunch, and had a quick chat with a local on a road to nowhere, as the sun beat down harshly. "Mel-lon", he said. "Ha!" I replied. We repeated that a couple of times-'it's hot', maybe, or 'this road goes nowhere other than the main road', he was saying. I'm really not sure. Ice cream, unbelievably cheap toothbrushes and supplies, a shirt for ...