Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Anyway, we continued the trek back to our bungalow. At night, the guides took us out again for a trip under the stars. Living in a city you never get to see the night sky with no lights around. We were lucky as well as was new moon. We tried to spot nocturnal animals but they weren't willing to show themselves.
The next day, we left at 7am for a boat ride to spot animals. The morning colour at this hour are ideal for photography and we saw langurs and gibbons in the trees. ...
... success and is now far too popular.
We found a couple of plastic chairs and a spot in the shade and settled down, me to read and Phil to tackle the latest Times Listener crossword. After about half an hour the proprietress came to tell us that there were some vacant sunbeds, to which we gratefully moved. Two weeks ago I had spent an entertaining day on the beach here watching an excavator planting new palm trees in the sand and was interested to see ...
... clear that we already had a booking and the taxi driver was more than happy to take us.
We arrived at Palmview Bungalows a few minutes later and we met by Mama & Papa who offered us some cold water and a seat. We were shown to our room. It was a basic wooden bungalow and was called a family room as it had 2 double beds in it. We had a fan and a hot shower. For 700 THB a night it was ...
... weeks of travelling the friend had one evening complained of stomach pains and told Jenny to go out on her own. Whilst Jenny was out, his condition deteriorated and the staff at the guesthouse where they were staying called an ambulance. He was taken to the local hospital here in Khao Lak and by the time Jenny got there they had operated on him. The following day he died. She was told it was blood poisoning. This all happened just a week ago. She had to phone ...
... his Advanced Open Water certification during this trip. He unfortunately came up from his first dive with a lot of stomach pain, groaning immensely and getting himself to the bed. In addition to this trouble, we also had an unusually high amount of equipment failures, after lugging all of our diving gear half way around the world !
* Dive Computer battery goes dead (I just checked it right before leaving ...