Khao Lak Palm Beach Resort
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... 12, which has lost a tooth from the differential, the car proceeds slowly with terrible grinding noises, and the verdict of the sweep-mechanics is that it won’t last long without an entire differential replacement. Caroline is laughing at the challenge of all this and reckons its ‘all part of the adventure’. The other all-female crew in the Classics division also has severe ...
... and adopting a less rigid and ambitious and more relaxed and informal style of teaching. Nevertheless I was still glad of a recuperative hour by the pool when we got back.
Phil and I ate at Khao Lak Thai Foods restaurant on Friday night. It was busy but we managed to secure the last table. Afterwards we went back to Monkey Bar where the same Thai musician was playing as on the previous night. The woman singer was there too but only did a couple of ...
... a police boat that was pushed 2 km onto the mainland during the 2004 tsunami, showing how badly this place was hit by this destructive wave. The liveaboard trip I chose was with SeaDragon and allowed 9 dives on a 2 night/3 day journey. The boat provided a very intimate experience, having only 8 divers as guest, 2 dive masters and a 3 person boat crew. We dove around the Koh Bon island to begin hoping to see the gigantic rays but to no avail. A night dive ...
... couple with a young boy whom they allowed to pee against the side of the bar. I definitely didn’t want to get caught in the rain with them!
I sat out the rain on my verandah and set out a little earlier than usual to eat. I chose one of the restaurants on the main road called Dao Thong which advertised Northern Thailand cuisine. I had never eaten there before but was very impressed with the friendliness of the staff and with the food. I ordered fried fish ...
Our English Camp for the coming week was to be at Wat Muang Pratcharam School which I knew well, having taught there every Tuesday. We were to be based in Khao Lak and so I had expressed a wish to be included for what looked like being my last few days in the classroom. This was despite the discipline problems we had repeatedly experienced at that school and which had given rise to its “Terrible Tuesdays” nickname. I was hoping that perhaps the children ...