Khaolak Merlin Resort
Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... at Stempfer Café and later headed to the beach for lunch. It was lovely and quiet there as the number of holiday makers continues to fall and there was a very pleasant sea breeze. Nicky had managed to escape from the four youngsters that evening and so she and I enjoyed some excellent Massaman Curries at Khao Lak Thai Foods Restaurant before repairing as usual to Sakai Bar for a couple of beers. Nicky was becoming even more of a creature of habit than me! As she ...
... was crowded too down in Bang Niang village and I wasn’t able to get a table anywhere near the sea at the Chong Fah restaurant for my dinner and so retreated to the Rabeang. The owner remembered me immediately and we had a good chat. The food was up to scratch but the atmosphere spoiled by a large party of Australians with noisy toddlers.
As usual I spent Sunday on the beach. The day was notable only for the cloud that appeared in the middle of ...
... occupants had been snoozing under blankets until I joined them. They were nearly all Russians and I soon wished that they had carried on snoozing as, for the rest of the day, they talked incessantly in loud voices.
15 minutes down the road we had a break at a service station. I didn’t need this but clearly those who had started their journey earlier in Phuket were ready for some breakfast. Then it was a long but not unpleasant ...
... we would not see her again. But now she seemed a lot more sorted and told us that she had not joined us last week as she had been ill with a stomach complaint. The latest news on the death of her friend was that his funeral was on Friday. The UK post mortem was done and his mother had phoned Jenny but been too upset to be able to tell her about it. So she still did not know what the official cause of death was.
Tuesdays are always ...
... Khao Sok adventure. 5 minutes into this boat journey my jaw had certainly hit the floor. I was stunned beyond belief at the scenery I was looking at. It just seemed like too much to take in. The park is 739km squared, full of rainforest, flora, fauna, waterfalls and one big lake of which majestic limestone cliffs arise from. We cruised in the longboat for an hour then stopped off at a swimming spot and jumped right in. I felt so alive and refreshed (especially after that train ...
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