Le Meridien Khao Lak Beach & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien Khao Lak Beach & Spa Resort
Clean, friendly lovely pools, perfect for kids.
Downside: a little tired and singers at one of the restaurants each night.
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... a quick look around the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple while we waited. The temple is based on the Tang dynasty architectural style and built to house the tooth relic of the historical Buddha. The ground breaking ceremony was conducted on 13 March 2005. Costing S$62 million and 2 years later, a soft launch was held to coincide with the 2007 Vesak Day celebration. It is claimed that the relic of Buddha from which it gains its name was found in ...
... time of morning waking up, but because of my back issues. At this point I can feel my hips are out of alignment, with my left side protruding further than the right. Since I re-injured myself at Inle Lake in Myanmar, I've been waking up every morning to extremely painful muscle tightness in my left buttock and gradually “heavier” feelings of sciatica down my left leg. The meds I got from Canada don't seem to do squat, and I'm having ...
... crisps and the next minute he was chasing me with his teeth bared, his hand out trying to grab my leg making an awful noise. Darren was quick and put the stick between the monkey and me as we made a hasty retreat. It was scary stuff. My legs turned to jelly and heart was pounding. Monkey's can carry rabies and other diseases so I really didn't want to be bitten by one. I could have killed that stupid tourist who'd given the monkey the ...
... written name of that animal . The children shouted out the names as we stuck first the photo and then the name on the board. Then we took down the photos and distributed them amongst the class. As each animal name was called out the child holding that picture had to run up to the board and attach it beneath the appropriate name. Then we did the same but left the photos on the board and handed out the written names. Then to make it harder (and stop ...
Leaving the elephant sanctuary Laura/Lara took us to the Tsunami memorial, one huge wall next to a curved wall. Names, pictures and their ages were scattered around the site. Some of them were young, very young, and from the high of the elephant ride, suddenly everything crashed down. The sun that was glaring down on us was suddenly engulfed by huge clouds. We could hear distant thunder and suddenly drops of rain turned into a storm. We couldn't ...