Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Thai Chinese.
The festival attracts large crowds due to the unusual and gruesome religious rituals performed.
In accordance with the traditions many religious devotees will perform ritualised mutilations upon themselves while in a trance-like state including impaling themselves through the cheeks, arms, face, legs and back, slashing of the legs, chest and stomach and especially tongue ...
... body massage and a pedicure and truly life doesn't get much better than this relaxed mode. We go back to our room, shower and prepare for our special Thai cooking lesson which starts at 12.00. We are ushered into the kitchen and the chef explains the ingredients and what we have to do. Kerst and I are first up and as he starts to tell us what to do, we have to resist the urge to say; "Yes Marco". It's good ...
... and get Ray’s glasses fixed for a tenth of the price as back home!
On our last full day in Thailand, Ray noticed that his camera was missing so all four of us headed out to retrace his steps. He and Sue had last seen it where they had stopped earlier when the rain had come down so we went everywhere from there. Ray remember being near the sea and jumping to dodge a big wave so when we couldn’t find it anywhere else, we assumed ...
... the lessons Marilyn and I had planned for the English Camp and checking them. She found fault with nearly all of them but was very critical of one in particular, until I pointed out to her that it was not one that we two were going to teach and so we had done no work on it. It was while I was in the office that I learned that although we were not to teach at school today we were still expected at Home and Life later this afternoon. I sent a text to Marilyn ...
Next morning the air felt a lot fresher and the grass was noticeably greener. Nadine and Veronica had asked if we might do our lesson preparation today so that they could have a free day on Monday. Ken had our subjects ready for us. The girls, as trained teachers, understood exactly what we needed to do and in no time at all we had finished. We just had time for a coffee before Martin joined us at 12 o’clock for the day’s lessons at Koh Nok ...