The Shambhala Khaolak Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a motorbike and made our way to Koh Ko Khao, a pretty deserted island, north of Khao Lak. The crossing with the motorbike was pretty funny, just drive it on the boat with a wooden plank on the floor. All the locals were doing their own bike but when they saw us coming they took matters in their own hands and we just watched. The island is not small, but it is real sparely populated. We found a couple of beach bars and settled on one. The prices are not cheap there so we just had ...
... take the lead in the classroom for most of the time (after all, I had done all the preparation and organisation for them!) but was starting to feel a little bit more confident myself than I had done at the beginning of this week. I walked home with Sam who described his obsession with preparation when he first started and how, with time and practice, he soon became a lot more relaxed in his approach. Hopefully, before too long I shall feel the same.
... ourselves. It is quickly apparent Rachel's height makes her a speedier wonton wrapper. Sometime later chef comments in thaiglish 1 hour for 5 wontons each haha. Midday and what we have prepared looks the part as the kids join us for lunch, made by us, yum. Afternoon more swimming, happy hour (Singapore slings) and relax. Tea is followed by a traditional Thai dancing show, super impressive, Ally & Erin join in and bust a move. Will post again in a couple days, ...
... the Similans are now in the middle of their low season, being closed due to bad weather. This down time gives us an opportunity to go over our equipment with a fine toothed comb. Fixing what needs to be fixed and replacing what has reached the limit of its usefulness. Also, our boat gets a break also and is removed from the water and is thoroughly cleaned and painted with any ...
... Phang Nga bay, with the limestone karts all around us. We then made our way to these large floating barges, from which you can board a kayak to paddle around the nearby karsts (these were inflatable kayaks, and you were paddled around by a guide). There were hundreds of kayaks in the water filled with tourists, but it seemed like our guide managed to stay just a couple of minutes ahead of everyone else, meaning that we avoided some ...