Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was crowded with both holidaymakers and Thais. There was a wonderful atmosphere with a complete absence of drunks or idiots. Fireworks were going off sporadically and the sky was already alight with lanterns. With half an hour of the old year to go we four settled on some sun beds at a beach bar and drank our beers. At midnight the show really started with amazing firework displays from all the bars, restaurants and hotels as far as the eye could see in either direction. ...
... was just one other couple there, and two young Canadian girls who stayed for about an hour. By lunchtime I had the place to myself. I had a tasty squid pad thai for lunch and was settling back down for an afternoon snooze when the rumbles of thunder began. I had not brought an umbrella and did not relish the prospect of being stranded here on my own whilst waiting for the storm to pass and so I decided to head for home. As I was leaving some more holidaymakers did arrive - ...
... until given a banana or some other sort of reward. Only then could they be persuaded to go up another tree. After a couple of hours there were literally hundreds of coconuts on the ground.
I met Phil at his hotel, The Sands, at 4.30pm and we took a taxi over to Bang Niang. We were going to visit the market, of course, but first had a look at the Police Boat, now one of Khao Lak’s landmarks. This was the boat that was guarding the ...
... him where to go and continued to enjoy the water).
Swam and sunbaked for a few hours, then walked back to room. Hired a scooter from our hotel and headed south, turned off at National park sign, stopped to check out beach, found turtle
sanctuary, wandered around in there, all diff size turtles. we even got to watch them weigh,
measure and tag the small turtles (fund out later there was a festival ...
... that the staff use to transport new arrivals and their luggage to their accommodation and my name being called. Erica and Adrienne were back. They had been teaching at a village school and my understanding was that from there they were going to Phuket and then moving on to wherever…..However here they were again. People just don’t seem to be able to leave Khao Lak!
I had agreed with the lads that we would meet at 9.00am on Friday ...