Khaolak Laguna Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Khaolak Laguna Resort Khao Lak
Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
We were dropped off at the hotel we’d booked the trip through – it didn’t seem like we had only been there the day before!! We got our bags, packed the truck and headed to Khao Lak for our final few days together. We had all agreed that it would be a relaxing couple of days after the three treks we’d been on!
We were driving down the road when we noticed a mahout with his elephant ...
... headed down to get their room, Sue, Ray, Paul and I were the last in the line but Porn told the others to move down to allow Sue and Ray to be in the first hut and Paul and I next to them. We were given time to settle in before lunch where some people, including Ray, went for a swim. Paul got some beers and Sue and I relaxed readying ourselves for the trek ahead of us.
We had two treks over the next two days, on was to a cave and a view point, the ...
... 8221; boat trip. Again it was a fruitless search for elephants but enjoyable nonetheless and we were all ravenous when we got back for our 9.00 am breakfast. The next activity was the “Jungle Hike”. We had been told that this involved a steep climb up to a viewpoint. We had also been told that it was possible to do just the first and easier section and so this is what I thought I would do. Some of the group, including Marilyn, decided to spend ...
... all around, we would soon be at our home for the night. Very basic huts, they float in a cascading row together joined by a central eating area.
We settled in, did some swimming, and then began the first activity. We hiked through the jungle to a 680m long cave, which was a walkthrough consisting of neck deep water and tight walls at some points. Not for the claustrophobic among us. This would however, prove to be my undoing, ...
... our cards and wait until we started searching high and low for them before they produced them. Then three of the boys disappeared completely and were only discovered when sounds of hysterical giggling rose from beneath a table at the back of the room.
Finally the three lessons were over.. We were worn out but still had the class at the orphanage to do. The children there were on fine form and a pleasure to teach. So the final session of “Rooms in a ...