Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... added a few pounds over here so far, although the drinking probably doesn't help either. Speaking of drinking, in a place like this there is very little else to do other than drink, so after lunch guess what we did! That's right float on the lake in tyre tubes while drinking whiskey cocktails that tania and then Rory started whipping up for us. That was essentially and as you can see from the photos and videos we had an awesome afternoon. A storm passed through ...
... seemed to be improving but they could still not be tempted away from the burgers and fries. The conversation over dinner revolved mainly around what sort of tattoos they were going to get and where they could get the cheapest shellac nails. The immediate priority though was to get ribboned braids for their hair “like in Spain”. We walked around town until we found somewhere to do this for them and James, Nicky and I waited for them in a nearby bar.
... I was quite relieved to be able to tell her that there was no school tomorrow.
On Friday night we ate at the Orchid Café near to Phil’s hotel. This is a simple and cheap local eaterie (coincidentally it was my turn to pay again) where you can watch your meal being skilfully prepared by the cook in the outdoor kitchen.
Saturday would be Phil’s last day here. I believed that I had finally managed to lure him out from the ...
... rebuilding effort. The boat had only entered service in 2000, a valuable asset its to the local governments credit that it has been allowed to stay, the unfinished memorial is not. We spent the rest of the day swimming in the sea and had a seaweed fight with the local kids. The beach is clean, uncrowded and free from rent this space style umbrella sunbed opportunists. Golden sand stretches miles in each direction and the tsunami early warning system is evident in the huge masts ...
... into the classroom half way through a class and, in the final class, six girls just got up and left. (That actually suited us rather well as we hadn’t brought quite enough worksheets for that class.) We suspected they had a valid reason for leaving but without a language in common, there is no way to communicate with them and find out.
Before heading home we had our weekly visit to Home and Life Orphanage. After some excellent coffee and ...