The Leaf By Katathani
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Khao Lak
... to the hotel whilst Paul, Sue and I went to climb the lighthouse taking the opportunity whilst the tide was out. It was lovely watching the waves lap up against the rocks sending out a cooling spray of sea water.
We were taking a few photos of the scenery and each other when saw Ray heading over to us. He stopped not far from us and took a photo…… it took a while to register that HE HAD HIS CAMERA!!!!
Thank God!! One of the ...
... local travel agent, and soon outside again with minivan and speedboat combined tickets. Oh yes, there is also nowhere on the island to dock, so a local boatman will come out to carry you and backpack to the beach. More welcome news! Back to Ban Ao Thong, and more first things first. Or should I say thirst things first? We're no longer in Malaysia, the home of the £4 bottle of Tiger; we're in Thailand, home of the £1 bottle of Chang; and I prefer the beer!! We sit at rustic ...
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 ...
... at 12. Left at 1pm on
longtail again an uncomfortable ride back, we had a 4wd waiting to drive us to Khao Lak, took about an hour and a half, luckily we knew where our hotel was, so we could direct the driver.
Checked in and showered, then walked up main rd later for dinner, found a little local restaurant, Orchid Café. Great juices from the tattoo/juice place next door.
... jams”. With the older children we were teaching “I like…./ I don’t like…..”. We showed them pictures and words for things such as chocolate, swimming, frogs, bananas and Harry Potter and they had to vote on whether the picture and word went on the “I like…” board or on the “I don’t like…” board. There were some surprises. They didn’t like pineapple or bananas, but ...