Baan Khaolak Resort
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... Brown who guided their Chevrolet Fangio Coupe through the day without losing any penalties at all, including a spot-on clean sweep of the regularity test, which tightens the position at the top of the leaderboard in the Vintageants Category. Bill Shields’ lead has now been sliced down to just 14 seconds. Daniel Day also had a good run and was six seconds down on Phil and ...
... of returning to my old bungalow. Chim, the proprietress, checked the computer and said “Yes Mama can move to 107 ........ now”. So I packed up my things once more and moved next door but one. It was good to be back home again!
I spent the rest of my unscheduled day off lazing on the beach and then searching the shops for a suitable new watch. Following the battery expiring in my alarm clock yesterday, today the battery in my watch had done ...
... in front of us were a young lovey dovey German couple who seemed more interested in each other than in the vagaries of the sea and we decided that they definitely needed a drenching. Minutes later our prayers were answered and we had difficulty containing our mirth as the girl wrung sea water out of her long blonde hair whilst the boy used his napkin to dab ineffectually at his soaking wet shirt. It was a most amusing way to end Nicky’s week’s holiday in Khao Lak.
... from Piranha Bar last year and set up in opposition. They seemed to be doing really well and the bar was full. When I asked after her baby though the lady told me rather sadly that the baby had been taken back to Myanmar for her family to look after.
By then it was high time for me to pay Pak at Piranha Bar a visit. He was in good spirits as, for the first time this season, most of the tables in the bar were full. As usual he was amusing the new German customers ...
... than other areas and with the 10 year anniversary fast approaching there is little sign left of the
Fortunately I made it just before the park was closed. I booked a trip out to Tachai which is touted as “Maldives of Thailand”. Visibility was 15 metres at best and deteriorating further the later it got in the day. No sharks, no turtles and really not much of the sea life I was expecting to see. The ...