Khaolak Orchid Beach Resort
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The owner, George, an expat from the Phillipines introduced himself and apologised that the menu consisted of only vegetarian dishes so they ordered vegetarian pizzas and a watermelon sangria.
At the end of their meal George kindly offered to drive them back to the resort.
With their bikes stored in the back of his Ford Ranger they were soon back at Wanakarn where ...
... meal as other folk have told us to go next door(where we have been getting our massages) and enjoy a meal there. The cocktails are half the price of the resorts and the meal is beautiful. We order fried rice and lemon chicken and have a couple of cocktails and it is a beautiful night. On our way back we watch the hermit crabs scurry across the sand, there are lights everywhere and it has been the best day ...
... to the hotel whilst Paul, Sue and I went to climb the lighthouse taking the opportunity whilst the tide was out. It was lovely watching the waves lap up against the rocks sending out a cooling spray of sea water.
We were taking a few photos of the scenery and each other when saw Ray heading over to us. He stopped not far from us and took a photo…… it took a while to register that HE HAD HIS CAMERA!!!!
Thank God!! One of the ...
... one which we would be doing at the English Camp next week, “Directions”. This involved some quite complicated exercises and games and I had thought it would be a good chance for Marilyn and me to practise it. I was now feeling a bit uncomfortable about it especially as it looked as if old hands Sheila and Sue were going to be watching.
We all had iced coffee and home baked muffins at the orphanage cafe first and then Marilyn, Stephanie and ...
... like some exercise when I got back to Khao Lak and so went for a long walk along the beach. It was a beautiful afternoon with no hint of the cloud and sticky humidity of the last few days. Hopefully we had seen the last of the rain.
And the evening too was a good one. I had arranged to meet the two other volunteers who had been out at a village school all week, Victoria, a 40 something lawyer from London with boundless enthusiasm for everything and Steph ...