Khaolak Laguna Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Khaolak Laguna Resort Khao Lak
Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... Talon who climbed into bed and went to sleep (it's been 1 1/2 hours!) whilst Gary and Zachary hit our pool.
Tonight we are heading back to the Terrace for the special Thai buffet (that's if Talon wakes up!). If the curries are as hot as the Tamarind Prawn one I had for lunch I will need to down another litre of water! Meaning lots of waking up through the night!
My plan after dinner is to have a relaxing bath and read my kindle as I have finished ...
... 8221; pool. There was thunder rumbling around again when I went out to eat later. I had decided I fancied a fish hot pan at Red Chilli and I had just sat down and been handed the menu when the heavens opened, perfect timing! The storm had blown over by the time I’d finished my meal but the outdoor bars had stacked up their tables and chairs and so, with Tarzan still closed, I had little option other than to go to Sakai Bar again.
I had planned ...
... Mike was due back soon so I headed back to Horizon to wait for him. One of the dive people saw me and explained there'd been a problem with the second dive, in that the captain couldnt find the dive site! They had searched for ages, then run out of fuel on the way back so had to be rescued by another boat. They had therefore decided to do another local dive instead of one offshore. I had time for two lunches (oops) before, eventually, an hour and a half late, a very ...
... the torches. When you looked behind there was nothing so it was quite scary. Kai spotted a python up high on a ledge sleeping and estimated it to be 4 metres long. We were hoping it would still be there on our way back out! Kai shone the torch over the walls and we saw several HUGE spiders, as big as a hand - yuck!!! As we got further in you could hear noise increasing and a strong smell being emitted...bats! We got right in to the cave and looked up at the wall and roof ...
... their teeth.
The afternoon lessons were with the older children and dragged a little especially when we started the final lesson only to be told by the teacher that the children had already completed that lesson and could we teach something else? We repeated one of the earlier lessons which was much too simple for them really and they were all clearly bored. Eventually it was time to leave and the children presented us each with a handmade Father Christmas.