Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Khaolak Bhandari Resort and Spa Khao Lak
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... and booked our airport transfer for 3.00pm on Thursday.
At 4.00pm Gary and Talon walked me to the spa rooms as I was bound to get lost. How glorious you get presented with a glass of coconut juice and a cold face washer and then led into a private room where I quietly laid reading my kindle whilst a nice Thai lady massaged my legs and feet. Very relaxing indeed. I look forward to my next one on Monday.
Whilst I was at my massage it all became too ...
... Mars Bar for some lunch. This is a typical ex-pats bar on the main road between Khao Lak and Bang Niang serving things like liver and onions, welsh rarebit, thai green curry pie and marmite sandwiches. We sat at the bar alongside the usual motley selection of seasoned long term farang residents and had a couple of sandwiches.
Back at the office I did some more work on the files before retiring for a swim at what I am now beginning to regard as my ...
... at all on the island for nearly a week and only 3 or 4 nests had been discovered in the area this season. There are lots of potential reasons why, most importantly in Koh Phra Thong noise and light disturbance from mainly fishing and tour boats.
I had booked a massage the night before so walked back down the beach for this. Again it was a traditional Thai massage so there was some pain and some cracking of joints but the lady was excellent and I felt ...
... for 2 or 3 hours you have barely seen any of it. We then arrived at a spot near some other floating huts (where you can also stay the night) and set off on a trek to a cave. We overtook the big group and went ahead to get away from them. On the way up Kai pointed out a tree covered in deep scratches from a bear. It was tough going as it was so hot and all uphill so it was a relief to finally reach the cave. We went inside and after just a short walk it was pitch black so ...
... Things in the Classroom” and had relied in us being able to point to examples of the vocabulary as we introduced it.
Lunch was taken in the canteen with the children and again was delicious. The children say grace before eating and then have to show their empty plates to a teacher before going and washing their plates and putting them away. Each table then has to wipe the table clean and put the benches up. The children then collect their tooth mugs and go ...