Luckanawadee Boutique Beach Resort
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... for 1.5 hours. A light refreshment of a beer and a cocktail on the beach before getting ready to go out for dinner. We had our usual, Peta's is Massaman curry and mine is Pad Thai. Very yummy. We also booked our next resort in Koh Phangan for 4 nights along with the cab to the ferry port and the fast ferry to the island. We have also booked flights to Bangkok and Siem Reap. So far it has been 3 days since Peta has had a massage! Should I be getting ...
... my dive master. Brett who was taking my nitrox course and had Peggy (Malaysia) & Jeff (New York) and Mike (Japan) all currently living in Sydney and Cheyenne from San Francisco in his dive group. Dave had Brett and Renee from Australia in his group and Dan had Kelly (England), Andrea (Canada) and Kenny from Scotland, who is currently also living in Sydney.
In Deaw's group were Mari & Alexander from Norway and Paul (England) & ...
... as was my long time colleague Josh and five new young volunteers. The news was even better than I expected as not only were we going to be based in Khao Lak for next week’s three day English Camp but it was going to be at my favourite school, Ban Lampee, where most of the pupils are lovely polite Burmese children.
The office was a hive of activity as the new arrivals enthusiastically prepared their lessons. Four of them were friends from ...
*Underwater photos were taken from web as I had no camera*
North of Phuket, along the Andaman Coast lies Khao Lak, a coastal town that was practically wiped out by the Boxing Day tsunami that hit Thailand in 2004. The city has since rebuilt itself and tourism is once again flourishing, as it's location makes it ideal as a base to see the nearby
national parks and more importantly, the Surin and Similan islands – the reason we ...
... amenities you would expect from a hotel in this class. We then spent a pleasant couple of hours in the shade of some trees on the beach. Phil had his first swim in the Andaman Sea. They have been flying yellow, and occasionally, red flags on the beach recently rather than green and Phil, despite being an experienced swimmer, noticed the strong currents and nearly found himself on the rocks when returning to shore.
By Thursday evening Phil was ...