Khaolak Bayfront Resort Hotel Khao Lak
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... Tuesday” gang amongst the pupils. Thankfully it was a short lesson, just 25 minutes, as they were all being taken out somewhere. Then it was back to Khao Lak, a little bit of preparation for tomorrow’s classes and off to flop by the pool.
I was not particularly looking forward to Wednesday. It was going to be a long day. We had had a day off on Wednesday of last week as it was a national holiday but this Wednesday we would be leaving the ...
... It was a wild wet and wonderful day and we all got delivered home well after the sunset.
I am now based in Phuket, ready for one last market day and a late check into the airport tonight.
I really want to write something in Thai for you but there is something I don't think the computer can do.
The language is quite interesting, it has five tones: high, mid, low, rising and falling, each of which ...
... drink each for the luxury of using their long chairs and we were just alone. The contrast with touristy places is shocking. You could see kilometres and kilometres of sand with no one on the beach and it makes you think that this is how Phuket/Koh Tao/Krabi must have looked like at some stage and tourism has transformed the way these places look. It just comes to show that Thailand still has secluded spots that tourism hasn't taken over yet. If you go off the main track you can ...
... first time in its history, had been awarded a pass grade for the teaching of English.
On the beach on Friday afternoon I noticed that the Police Boat T13 was no longer there. Had it sailed away or been sunk a day early?
My week ended well. I had arranged with Sue that Nicky and I would meet her at Khao Lak Seafood Restaurant for dinner. Sue was even less tolerant of the youngsters than I was but I was pretty certain that they wouldn't want to come ...
... rebuilding effort. The boat had only entered service in 2000, a valuable asset its to the local governments credit that it has been allowed to stay, the unfinished memorial is not. We spent the rest of the day swimming in the sea and had a seaweed fight with the local kids. The beach is clean, uncrowded and free from rent this space style umbrella sunbed opportunists. Golden sand stretches miles in each direction and the tsunami early warning system is evident in the huge masts ...