Koh Kho Khao Resort
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... for his permanently grim expression.
Lunch was a little disappointing - mixed fried rice, a watery soup and some watermelon. Russell and Mari filled up on purchases of grilled chicken and pancakes from the host of motorcycle vendors that gather in the school at lunchtime. Then it was the worst class of the week, and they lived up to expectations. The boys turned up 10 minutes late and wandered in and out of the room whenever they felt like it. We had no idea who ...
... to the office to print out all the confirmation documents for the trip to Cambodia which was planned for the end of January, when Phil was coming out for another visit. Ian and Barbara were also in the office attempting to complete an online application for a Cambodian visa, something I had decided not to bother with. The weather was quite good and so after lunch I wandered along the beach to my usual spot under the trees. I had just got settled when the first spots of ...
... the renaissance of the beach bars at the north end of the beach. I was encouraged to see that there were now quite a few establishments offering sunbeds, set in the trees, slightly further back from the sand than they used to be. Some like Nok Restaurant, I recognised from last year. They had even invested in brand new umbrellas.
I joined Ken at his usual restaurant, Everyday, for dinner. He was on good form recounting some colourful tales from his past, such as having ...
... still). I lingered over my breakfast at the German Bakery and read the Bangkok Post from cover to cover. By lunch time it was still raining but I decided to go for a walk anyway and set off along the mountain road with the intention of eating at Muan Lai Restaurant again. I was passed by numerous motorbikes, now heading for home, I hoped. My meal was a little disappointing. I am constantly on the lookout for “Hor Mok” which is a favourite of mine at ...
... from Burma. The monk told me he was from Mawlaminye in Burma and had travelled from Burma with the Buddha Statue in 2010 to set up this monastery.
It was now raining again and so I called into a newly opened cafe advertising “real coffee” and ordered an iced coffee. This was quite good but the highlight of the hour or so I spent sitting out the rain was watching a family of very young kittens. When I arrived they were all fast asleep behind the books in ...