Khaolak Orchid Beach Resort

Address: 61 Moo 3, T.Khuk Khak, A.Takuapa, Phangnga, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 61 Moo 3, T.Khuk Khak, A.Takuapa, Phangnga.
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Travel Blogs from Phangnga

Day 5 - Elephant Bathing and Trekking

A travel blog entry by harts2015 on Apr 18, 2015

9 comments, 19 photos

... weird feeling.
We all stunk of elephant though! We dried ourselves off and were offered more drinks and fruit before getting back in the mini van and taken to a nice secluded place for lunch. We were sat at a table and given a chicken musaman curry, steamed rice, steamed vegetables, tofu soup and some sort of fried chicken. It was all very nice and they are all so friendly, but once again way too much food. We ...

English Camp

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 15, 2015

54 photos

... group there were some younger pupils who were struggling a little.

For lunch we joined the Thai teachers for rice with spicy pork, and chicken soup. Amongst their number were a couple of teachers from Wat Muang Pratcharam School whom I knew very well. Some of the girls in the first class after lunch were very good but not so the boys. They all wore labels around their necks on which they had written their nicknames. One of the very slow boys was ...

Elephant Hills

A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Feb 24, 2015

22 photos

... of the jungle all around us. We spent some dodgy minutes getting kayak selfies before paddling back to our tents for more swimming.
After lunch we bid farewell to Andy and Gemma who were staying on the lake another night and took a longtail back to the pier. Here we separated into different minibuses depending on where we were heading so said goodbye to Paul and Rachel and Bamboo, who had been a very sweet, knowledgeable and hilarious guide. We got a bus to Khao Lak ...

Every jungle leaf has healing properties

A travel blog entry by jroe on Feb 08, 2015

43 photos

... people use for medicine. After seeing how apparently every leave in the jungle is used to make an herbal healing tea, my skepticism grows. As we hiked, we stuck close to the river. The water was clear and you can see fish swim in it. We took a lot of stops to put our feet in the river. Again with it being dry season, the water was too shallow to really swim in, although it was refreshingly cold!

We ...

Misty mornings

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Jan 29, 2015

30 photos

... were bats and spiders as well but Poo was good enough to show the others the spiders while I stayed well behind at the back (out of sight etc). I will include some photos so you can see too.

The walk up to the caves was special too, a charming walk through the rainforest (in the dry this time) was really lovely, you could hear animals all around, birds and monkeys, Poo told us what they were as we walked and pointed out some trees and other things ...