Khaolak Merlin Resort
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Today the plan was to again do absolutely nothing. We sat by two different pools in the hotel, read books and snoozed. Kerry has read so many books now she has swapped some of her old ones with other peoples in the hotel at the book swap shelf, something that I never knew even existed. The weather was cloudy for most of the day but the temperature …
We assumed today would go like this.....
Pickup from the hotel at 8 and a couple of hours later dropped back to Krabi bus station. Kerry had seen a bus on the timetable leaving for Ko Samui just after 10. We thought we would easily get that and be at the port by noon. The boat takes two hours so realistically be on the island by 2/2.30 and at …
We have decided to spend our two full days in Khao Lak being very lazy and doing very little. We spent the morning sat by the pool but in the early afternoon the clouds came in and it started to rain. We thought the only thing to do was to head to the spa and Kerry had a full body massage on the beach and towards the end of her hour the rain became …
... well because we were up early.
The final part of our first day was spent on a night safari, we all went out in the long tailed boat with very strong spotlights to try and spot some animals, we saw a few but the moon was very bright and this can put the animals off being too active as other things can see them better too.
Day 2 – We were woken up early and went for a morning safari to try and see more animals, this was an enchanting ...
... said that they had been in Georgetown, Penang, not a huge distance away down the coast and they knew nothing about the tsunami until they saw it on the television news the following day.
It was again grey and drizzly when I walked over to Everyday Restaurant for the 2.00pm Christmas dinner that Ken was laying on for the volunteers. Only Ian and Barbara were there when I arrived. I joined them and after a while we realised that we were going to be the only guests. ...