Khaolak Orchid Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... my feet in the sand, sat at the ricketty old tables of the previous beach restaurants. I noticed that a couple of the former beach restaurants had now opened new premises in the town. I would have to try them for old times sake but I doubted they would have anything like the same atmosphere.
I spent the afternoon back at the pool at Cousin Resort, thoroughly enjoying my first swim. Alan, the Tripadvisor “destination expert” on the Khao Lak forum, whom I ...
... in by limestone cliffs. We just had to lay back and enjoy for an hour with only a couple of minor rapids to slide through. Abruptly there was an announcement,
"We stob cobbie" (sic)
In the shelter of a handy cave the guide stoked up the embers of a fire and boiled water in a blackened kettle. Coffee was served in bamboo cups. An hour later drenched in sweat but buoyed by a memorable experience we dived into the Las Orquideas ...
... buffet each morning at his hotel and so wasn’t interested in joining me for lunch at the Green Beach Café. I had one of my favourites, papaya salad and fried chicken, and then wandered around to my usual spot on the beach for an hour or two’s reading in the shade.
Returning to Phu Khao Lak in the mid afternoon I found that the coconut culling men were in and the ground was strewn with coconuts that they had dislodged with the aid of ...
... hotel, swam in pool, chilled out in room.
Left about 4 and walked along beach and found a restaurant and had juice and dinner. Teiw Son restaurant. Worst burger ever. Thankfully the juice and the view made up for it. Walked back bought more juice from local lady, sat and watched sunset.
... pools; it seemed the best rooms had access to the canals, but these were sold out on our first night. It was high season and the resort was full but was so huge it didn’t seem that busy.
A short and relaxing while later we were shown to our third-floor room. It was colossal and decked out with all the mod-cons: 40 inch TV (which we never turned on); glassed in bathroom with large natural stone bathtub; and a great deck with huge ...