Khao Lak Palm Beach Resort
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... was feeling fine and actually thought that the rash was getting better she had decided not to take the tablets unless it flared up again. We decided to push the boat out for New Year’s Eve and eat at Phu Khao Lak’s restaurant. It was full when we arrived but they managed to squeeze “Mama” and her friends in and we had an amazing meal of Thai fish cakes and chicken satay for starters and then fish cooked in a variety of ways for the main course. ...
... sleight of hand with a range of metal-ring puzzles. We talked about the removal of his wife’s beach restaurant. The authorities had torn down the premises she had run for years on Bang Niang Beach and she had had to start afresh in new premises on the beach road. Pak was understandably worried about how this would go as, for the first time ever, they would have to pay rent and so would need to clear a minimum figure each month for the business to be viable. The ...
... it was going to slip walking down a steep muddy slope to get into. We then trekked around an opening of grassland with amazing landscape in every direction. It started raining towards the end of the trek which was a shame but the elephant came equip with an umbrella. We fed it bananas and got back in the minibus. Our next stop was at Monkey Cave Temple which pretty much speaks for itself! Inside the cave were lots of Buddhas with monkeys everywhere outside and up the sides of the ...
... the last three weeks. They had had to eat Thai food as there had been no alternative and described their accommodation as "basic". Expecting to hear tales of grotty toilets or bed bugs Nicky and I were amused when their biggest complaint was that the mirror in their room had been too small for them to check their outfits in it! They all set off for some Western food and a late night at Happy Snapper. Nicky and I opted for a tasty dinner at Khao Lak Seafood Restaurant and a couple of beers.
My week’s holiday kicked off on Saturday morning with a power cut. That put paid to my usual morning cup of tea and half hour with the computer, and meant that I was out and about and breakfasting at the German Bakery at an earlier hour than usual. By the time I returned to my bungalow the power was back and I spent the rest of the morning finishing off the week’s blog and getting up to date with some emails.
Phil tucks into an ...