Khao Lak Green Beach Resort
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There is a local bus that travels between Khao Lak and Khao Sok and it was only 100 THB each. We were stood by the side of the road waiting for the local bus when a minivan pulled up. I told Darren I wanted to wait for the big bus but when the minivan driver told us he was charging the same price Darren said we'd get on it.
The only spare seats were right at the back but these were ...
Through Big Blue us lowley DMTs and DMs were offered the deal of a lifetime...4 days of living and diving off a swanky boat in the Similan Islands, one of the top dive sites in the world. 15 of us got our dollar bills together and headed off for some new and exciting diving.
Our adventure began with the night ferry and a sad moment for me at the pier because this was my proper good-bye to Koh Tao. I soon cheered up when I realised that I was fortunate enough, along with ...
... amp; no spice, my wifes steak was tough as old boots but we enjoyed the banana split & would return for that.
No 9 on the Highway was our favourite restaurant that we dined in during our stay, lovely & clean, nice gardens out the back, clean toilets & the food was fantastic. We visited No 9 with another couple & were greeted by the owner who took our order & had them memorised. The
meals were very nice as was the company & staff. Definitely ...
... family who were on vacation at the time. It ended up two klms inland where it sits today. Joe walked us around, showed us the photos and described the event and it was like watching a movie. Although gruesome at times, Joe told it with such respect and it was a very emotional time for both of us.
We headed off to the National Park to do some canoeing but down came the rain in torrents (it's the wet season) We thought it was too wet and dangerous and at ...
... that open to a milky sandy bottom. At about 60 km from shore it takes over an hour to get here from the mainland, and that’s after a mini-van ride of the same length. But it’s worth it.
Our snorkeling on the way out was impeded by the threat of nasty weather (a nuisance to us, but a necessity to them – it hadn’t rained in this area for 2 months!). We saw a funnel cloud hit the water on our way out and our able captain put on some ...