Khaolak Sunset Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... at some random place which had a bar and food but nothing else around. We got told we had to wait an hour. This was a scam to get people to buy food and drink as there was no reason for this long stop. We then got taken in a minibus into Surat Thani and dropped at a bus stop. When we asked at this desk, they said the next bus wasn't for nearly 2 hours! We were sure we were meant to have booked to be taken by minibus but we had to wait for the public bus and ended up getting ...
... beach bar. There was no road access and the driver had had to drive for some distance “across country” to get to us. The journey back too took some time as it was a slow and bumpy ride until we regained a metalled road. We made sure the driver had a good tip.
The sky was blue once more on Sunday morning and the air felt slightly fresher. I had had more beer than usual the night before and so had a slow start to the day. I read the paper ...
I had thought it slightly bizarre that the Thais had declared Valentine’s Day a national holiday but then discovered that it was, in fact, a holy day in the Buddhist calendar. This meant that there were restrictions on the sale of alcohol which, in a tourist town like this, put a bit of a damper on any plans the bars had to celebrate Valentine’s Day. What’s more Friday was also a full moon day, traditionally marked by drunken parties on the ...
... was slightly annoying for me as we were then not far from Khao Lak. I got home just before 5.30pm. The Russians however still had a fairly long journey ahead of them to Phuket. I didn’t envy them. It had been quite an enjoyable day out though and, after hearing of Lesley’s experiences, certainly worth the extra £10 I had paid for the deluxe version.
I was glad to have a lazy day to recover on Sunday. I had a leisurely breakfast at ...
Our bus pulls to a stop at some ungodly hour in the morning, we have no idea where we are as we groggily wake up from a very uncomfortable nap, not that any of us really slept. We sit waiting in the bus for what seems like hours, trying to get as much sleep as we can. We are told a couple of hours that we need to get off the bus to board the ferry. So as the sun starts to rise we remove our bags ...