Khao Lak Green Beach Resort
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... for breakfast. The restaurant manager said, "We ordered extra supplies especially for madam", gesturing towards the kitchen where Battery Boy could see crates of food stacked to the ceiling.
Battery Boy looked back at the manager and said, "It's alright Madam will be here shortly, she's torturing a Thai boy............I mean, she is doing a workout. May I also suggest that you order more breakfast supplies ...
Sleep in, I think. Chugged down a bottle of hangover cure and rolled over a few more. Life is hard in luxury - no alarms, no bedside clock, no MSNBC news. Day = breakfast, check. Lie on beach, check. Take out Catamaran, check. Go out in Kayaks, check. Lounge a little and a lot, check. More sunscreen, check. Lounge a little more, check. Trip into 'town' so that we can say we ...
... other people for the white water rafting. We couldn't believe how many rafts there were. We estimated at least 50! We were fitted with life jackets and helmets and led down to the river. After a few instructions we hopped into our raft (just the 4 of us and 1 guy at the front and 1 at the back) whilst waiting for all the other people to be loaded into rafts. The flood gates were then open sending water gushing down the river. We were off along with everyone else. I ...
... staff members and divemasters (13 staff in all, for the 20 passengers). We had representation from just about every continent (just not Antarctica !), with divers & staff from countries including Brazil, Peru, Korea, Switzerland, Andora, Australia, Ireland, South Africa, Russia, Portugal, and of course us 2 Americans. Our cabin was reasonably nice, and it was certainly plenty enough for the 2 of us. Besides, I ended ...
... sites. Our basic itinerary was starting in the Similan Islands before heading north into Burmese waters to dive Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richeliu Rock (supposedly named by Jacques Cousteau who thought the soft coral looked like the cape of a Cardinal). On our way home we also stopped by a wreck called the Boongsun which had been broken up by the tsunami.
The dive sites varied from massive granite boulders to limestone walls all covered in completely different coral than what ...