Andaman Princess Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Andaman Princess Resort & Spa Ko Kho Khao
Travel Blogs from Ko Kho Khao
... visit of the Thai princess to the area. She has been staying at her home on one of the Similan Islands and from time to time there has been a heavy police presence in Khao Lak as the royal cavalcade has passed through. On one day last week we even heard rumours that she had stopped at a restaurant in Khao Lak for her lunch. I read the Bangkok Post over my Sunday breakfast at the German Cafe and learned that the princess had fallen in love with Tachai Island ...
... later I was still there helping Ken with a powerpoint presentation. He was in a much brighter mood now he was back in charge of the office. Sunny and Yo were there too, keen to be of assistance. Ken had decided his lesson for Thursday would be on phonics and he would present it on the school’s “Smartboard”. He and I would record the soundtrack, providing a male and a female voice and slightly different accents. Sunny and Yo worked on the powerpoint and ...
... groups, each group numbering around 30 children. Those in the first group were either more awake than those who came later or were the brightest bunch as they found it a breeze. After the first class the children had a refreshment break and were given cartons of sugary drinks and individually pre-packed custard sandwiches. The custard came in various colours, including green! Each class had a cross-section of ages which made teaching tricky at times and in ...
... and had dinner at the resort. Everyone was in good spirits and we stayed up too late chatting, having photographs taken and drinking (we got a free drink from Karen which was sweet). Eventually it was time for the generator to be turned off so we scurried off to our bungalows before the lights went out. Karen had left to go to the mainland before we got up and it was a shame we didnt get to say goodbye. Basi and Mila sent us off (on the crazy motorcycle sidecar thing) though ...
... people use for medicine. After seeing how apparently every leave in the jungle is used to make an herbal healing tea, my skepticism grows. As we hiked, we stuck close to the river. The water was clear and you can see fish swim in it. We took a lot of stops to put our feet in the river. Again with it being dry season, the water was too shallow to really swim in, although it was refreshingly cold!