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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... a bit of a dancing session with the children. Shortly after midday they all formed lines to be given their presents and staggered off home each clutching a sizeable carrier bag full of goodies.
The sky was still blue on our return to Khao Lak. Mari, Russell and Martin returned to their accommodation at Walkers Inn with Mari and Russell planning to go down to Phuket for the weekend. I decided to make the most of the good weather and spent a very pleasant afternoon by the pool.
... Prew Beach Bar (where the prices did seem to have increased) and settled down on a sunbed to read. It was sunny again but shortly after lunch the skies darkened and the heavens opened. Everyone leapt from their sunbeds and ran for shelter. I secured a stool at the bar and ordered a coffee to drink whilst sitting out the rain. I enjoy such situations as it often provides the opportunity to chat with my fellow holidaymakers. Today was no exception and a very pleasant hour and ...
... Lauren is pretty scared of elephants so I held her hand whilst she received her kiss, their power is so apparent as you're stood next to them. They really could freak out at any moment, it's quite intimidating. We then washed the elephant in the river and scratched him with rocks which he seemed to love, we were soaked as it kept spraying us. The river was quite rough so it was hard to stand still whilst being paranoid the elephant was going to roll onto me! We then had a cuddle ...
... to leave it was suggested that before departing the volunteers should teach the children a new English song. The youngsters rose to the challenge and led something called the “Fast Food Song” which was all about Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut and McDonalds. The rest of us left them to it.
It was everyone’s last day of teaching and as we travelled home the youngsters declared that they had had SUCH fun today and it had been their ...
We now expected to leave but were requested to stay for another 15 minutes “to sign autographs”. We were mobbed by dozens of excited children wanting us to sign their workbooks or name tags. The queue for Josh was definitely the longest but all of us were in demand for hugs and handshakes and high fives. When finally we managed to extricate ourselves from the throng they followed us to the taxis shouting and waving as we ...