Koh Kho Khao Resort
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... to the other members of our crew for the day - the captain, the cook, and the boat boy! For 7 people, there was a 4 person crew!! And off we went! We cruised all the way from Phuket to Phang-Nga bay. All those iconic rock formations associated with Thailand? (Like the picture for this blog?) Those are from Phang-Nga. As we went along, they looked almost misty and water-colored, but up close they were gorgeous green with stalagmites and stalactites everywhere (formed ...
... special I think you have to go to the islands to get to the great ones.
we are going on a tour tomorrow to what is known as James Bond Island.
"The Man With The Golden Gun" parts of it were filmed here.
Will talk all more about that tomorrow .
when it rains here it can really rain , We need prayers for lovely weather just till we get home.
they truly need rain here so don't want to deprive them of it ...
... to our room and change and head for the pool. We spend the morning reading and swimming and watching the blue sky change colours. By 1.00, clouds have rolled in and the sea and sky look totally different. We decide to go next door to our restaurant before it starts to rain and we only just make it. The winds whip up a do sand is flying everywhere. We have to work really hard to keep the sand from ...
... and so much culture I have forgotten what I did at the beginning. I’m really glad I made myself write in the blog everyday otherwise I would never have remembered.
Breakfast today was: Eggs benedict, bacon, waffle, scone, bowl of fruit, strawberry yoghurt, apple juice and a couple of cups of tea! It’s amazing how much you can eat when it’s free!
Today is all about sunbathing, I manage to ...
... break my routine and often end up in a restaurant that is new to me. So it was that I was soon tucking into what Sheila described as “the best pad thai in Khao Lak” at Yuppadee Restaurant. Sheila told me all about the tsunami volunteers’ reunion at Christmas and reminisced for a while about her own experiences. She had spent 6 months here after the tsunami. On her first day she was put to work pulling nails out of pieces of wood so that they could ...