Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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... but another tokay gecko did. Who was this? Rival or relative?
It dried up later and, after eating at Khao Lak Sea Foods, having tired of Sakai Bar and its resident crooner, I decided to risk Ska Bar which was outside. That was fine until just after I’d ordered my second beer. Large drops of rain started to fall and I had to finish my drink sitting in a shop doorway sheltering from the rain.
Thursday was my last day and although I was ...
... Mike polished off his local spirit) and it was time for bed.
Next morning we awoke to the sound of gibbons in the trees (although we never saw them because they are shy, just very noisy). We had a leisurely breakfast with our new friends before a kayak expedition. We were guided by Bamboo but paddled our own kayaks. We saw more monkeys, but this time they were a different type, Dusty Langurs. We also saw hornbills flying overhead. Again it was lovely and peaceful, with ...
... second, a good enough result for Peter to close the gap on Gerry Crown, who dropped eight. Paul and Sandra Merryweather dropped two seconds, in fourth overall spot.
Nicholas Pryor and Lesley Stockwell dropped just three seconds, their Volvo PV544 is holding 9th overall, a better day after being baulked by trucks yesterday which had cost them dearly. Stan Gold and Brant ...
... up out of the water, the dam is manmade but the scenery is spectacular. I can’t do it justice describing it so I am just going to put up some pictures. Suffice to say that we were looked after very well, we had more than enough to eat and it was very good food, we met some lovely people, (there were 13 in our group) and had some great chats. We are staying where we are for another few days before flying up to Chiang Mai, there we will decide where to go ...
... for us which we tucked into on the way. We arrived at the school to find it deserted and clearly closed for the day. There was nothing for it but to turn around and go back to Khao Lak. Kobin must have felt sorry for us as on the way back he stopped to buy us a bag of banana fritters.
I wasn’t too disappointed that the lessons had had to be cancelled, as this meant I could finish the working week with an unscheduled afternoon on the beach!