Khao Lak Palm Beach Resort
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... afternoon and so went to the beach for a few hours. By 3 o’clock however, the blue skies were giving way to grey and I just made it home before another storm broke. This time it lasted for some while and as darkness fell the rain seemed to have brought out a lot of flying insects. Mine being the only lit verandah now amongst the bungalows I soon had quite a crowd of geckos there indulging in something of a feeding frenzy. Gordon didn’t put in ...
... 3 hours later, when the hikers returned looking knackered and we were sitting there chilling with cold drinks, I didnt feel so bad!
We had spent the afternoon kayaking and swimming in the warm, clear lake waters. We saw some monkeys and fish whilst kayaking, which was much easier on a lake and with a new kayak. We also met another English couple, Gemma and Andy, and all six of us sat and chatted for hours. Soon dinner came around, the drinks flowed (less so for us on our ...
... Brown who guided their Chevrolet Fangio Coupe through the day without losing any penalties at all, including a spot-on clean sweep of the regularity test, which tightens the position at the top of the leaderboard in the Vintageants Category. Bill Shields’ lead has now been sliced down to just 14 seconds. Daniel Day also had a good run and was six seconds down on Phil and ...
... surroundings I think I have ever swam in then packing up and going for a final wee trek through the forest (well not so wee, we were all hot and sweaty by the time we finished) before a packed lunch at another floating house, (not as nice as the one we stayed at either). A final trip in our long tailed boat, back to the pier where our minibus was waiting to take us back to our guest house and here we are again.
The hills surrounding the dam ...
... the lack of sunshine and I wondered if finally the influx of Christmas holidaymakers had begun.
The weather seemed a lot more settled on Friday morning and the sky a lovely shade of blue once more. We had two classes to teach this afternoon at Koh Nok, the sea gypsy school and so we met at midday at the office. Anton had now finished, but Lynsey was there as was Barbara who had also brought along her husband Ian. Kobin, our driver, had bought ...