Khao Lak Green Beach Resort
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... bus! Another win!
The bus dropped me off on the main strip in Khao Lak and I got my phone out to try to find a cheap place to stay. A guy walked up to me and said "I’ve only been here one night but your probably looking for that place! It has a pool, a/c, and decent rooms for 600 baht." Not arriving in a private taxi and my backpack must have given it away but he was correct. Grand City Hotel ended up being one of the ...
... really understood what anyone else was saying but everyone smiled and clapped anyway. We were then given another lovely lunch (which the young girls as usual turned their noses up at) and it was time to leave.
It had been an excellent few days and a pleasure to work with children who were so keen to learn. What’s more we actually believed that they might retain much of what we had taught. The school has 120 pupils of whom just 3 are Thai, the ...
... and the Happy Snapper bar saying our final goodbyes before all going our separate ways the following morning. A few hours on a bus and I was in Phuket where I spent the next three days convalescing in a hostel and trying to rid myself of the hideously snotty cold I picked up after being confined with the other sickies on the boat. From there I flew to Bangkok and spent another three days producing copious amounts of mucus and planning my entry into CAMBODIA! Yay! Details to follow...
... Yum yum! If you haven't tried them then you must!
Ok so the journey; we chilled, boarded, watched an array of awesome movies that were available with Thai Airways (fantastic airline), however, none of them could hold my attention for more than 30 minutes as I was jumpy with anticipation for the touch down in Bangkok.
Tom slept, I dozed, Laura (The Big Sister on the trip) came to join us in our spare seat...(yes we had the ...
... makes it very inconvenient to get to the shore because the steps down to the shore are covered in 5 feet of sea water at high tide. The other option is to walk through one of the expensive sea front resorts that line the beach.
This section of Khao Lak is called Bang Biang and it is known for being a magnet for Germanic travelers. All the schnitzel you could ever want, right here. It’s pleasant enough for a few days, but I wouldn’t want to spend ...