Baan Khaolak Resort
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Pop then needed to rush off to start the drive back to Bangkok.
We dumped our gear and jumped straight in the sea and got smashed by the waves - very refreshing after the long day in the saddle. We had a few beers and headed out to a beach restaurant for more beers and local food before a night cap and bed.
The next morning was an early rise and off to Phuket airport for the journey home.
My reflections on the ride ...
... was served in the little restaurant and then we had a few hours free to enjoy the lake. The water was delicious! It wasn’t cold at all and so, so clear. It was deep however and for an old fogey like me not easy to get in and out of. The youngsters of course just dived straight off the boardwalk. At 4.00 pm we all clambered back into the longtail boat and our guide took us on a river safari. We had heard tantalising tales of tigers, giant otters and ...
... 2 tables. I loved the sharing of food we done. It was my last night and i was beginning to feel sad. We went to a karaoke bar called funky monkey. We had so much fun. Singing and dancing. I even encouraged the guys to stand up and sing. Great laugh. I had a few tasty cocktails there too. When we got back i had to say my goodbyes as i had an early start the next day. It was really difficult. I'd grown to love these people like family. The thought of leaving ...
... turtle! It swam right up to the boat. I also saw a sea snake, some kind of shrimp and flying fish. Who needs to dive!On our last night we had a BBQ and music which was fun. The boys got pretty excitable and so decided to jump from the boat. They were going from the top deck doing all kinds of crazy flips and jumps. Due to people being so tired, was not a late affair. And on the topic of food, the meals we got on the boat were delicious. Each day we had a great breakfast, and ...
... to be in our lesson and who had come in from another class. The girls valiantly struggled through but it was increasingly difficult for them (and us) to be heard over the rumpus that the boys were making. We were glad when it was over and we could return to Khao Lak.
I spend most of my early evenings reading on my verandah. As dusk falls the sounds emanating from the rainforest behind my bungalow increase and my resident geckos venture out. Throughout my ...