Khaolak Sunset Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... outside Trang station, and right next door to Ban AoThong, the hotel we'd booked for the night. First things first, what's the next stop? Only here for the one night, so decision to be made. We'd done quite a lot of narrowing down the choice, and quickly decided on Koh Bulon Leh. Why? No transport on the island; but as the inhabitable part is at most about 3km by 1km, not an issue. And electricity only between 6pm and 2am daily! That should help keep the tourists at bay. Off ...
... The Volvo Amazon that has been driven with great gusto in the hands of Heather Worth and her mother, Jo, has cried enough. The engine was revved extra-hard when the throttle stuck open, and this caused a valve to break, falling into the engine, putting a hole in a piston, and possibly damaged the con-rod underneath, which then damaged the cylinder-head. Heather is looking for a new piston, con-rod, ...
... more motivated to learn in an “English Camp” environment. None of the other volunteers of course had been to the school and so I tried to tone down my stories of our attempts to teach there in the past, so as not to alarm them too much.
Sue had dropped out and so I was going to take her place and team up with Nicky. We decided to go into the office on Saturday morning to have first pick of the subjects and prepare our lessons whilst the ...
... and Malcolm arrived to wave us off which was lovely of them. After a little wading through the sea and a climb up the ladder we were on our way.
It looked like it was cashew nut harvest time as the boat was filled with many, many bags bursting with cashew nuts. As we pulled into the last set of bungalows there was a man with a t-shirt over his head held on with a hat and we knew straight away it was Martin the musician we'd met on the bus. ...
... to the town of Ranong. Keith and I had travelled this route a year ago when we went to Koh Phayam and so I recognised some of the towns and villages through which we passed. Most Thais drive too fast and too close to the vehicle in front. They overtake on both sides and at inappropriate times. This driver was no different and at times things got a little hairy.
As we got closer to the border with Burma, there were several police and ...