Khaolak Bayfront Resort Hotel Khao Lak
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... on my little verandah. I had a really good yellow curry at Nom’s Family restaurant in the evening followed by an fairly early night in preparation for a return to teaching in the morning.
After collecting our lessons for the day, Russell and I set off with the two Germans in tow. The children were still out at their morning assembly when we arrived at Wat Muang Pratcharam school and so we had a minute or two to draw breath before the little ...
... they were quite busy but the food was very good. We finished the evening off with a drink at Ska Bar which was packed with tsunami volunteers and survivors. Over a hundred of them had had Christmas Lunch at Walkers Inn and the party had by this time moved to Ska Bar. There was a good atmosphere and with one or two santa outfits in evidence and some fireworks it finally felt a little bit like Christmas.
I enjoyed a bit of a lie in on Boxing Day, a lovely bowl of rice ...
... still made me sweat profusely at times.
We had dinner in the hotel again, I had fried basal leaves with pork and Kerry had mango chicken and dauphinoise potatoes, after a few drinks in the bar which included a cocktail in a coconut for me we headed back to our room to pack for the big trip from Khao Lak to Ko Samui ...
... we had a very pleasant surprise as we discovered by chance that a friend of Iuri, Felix, lives in Khao Lak, moreover, his coffee shop is 3 minutes walk from our guesthouse! They had studied together at Le Cordon Bleu and we just knew that he moved to Thailand after Australia, but had no idea it was here. We met up and had dinner together with Aon, his thai girlfriend. It was a very interesting night as we all have many common interests: travels, cooking, environment. He has ...
... 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 ...