The Shambhala Khaolak Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in Thailand for 2 and half years and has a lot of knowledge about the area and the culture in general. It makes a huge difference to know and be able to talk to a local. Felix gave us a suggestion as what to do today: rent a motorbike and drive north to Ko Koh Khao island which is what we are about to do. We also got spoiled with dinner and drinks: in the end it was a great idea to come here and meet with the nicest people.
Last day in Khao Lak and following ...
... down beside me, “finish at 5”. It was 4.55pm. So I downed my drink and moved on. It had been that sort of day!
The weekend was glorious and more than made up for the less than satisfactory week. I spent Saturday morning at the pool and then investigated a new path to the beach. The security guards at the Baan Khao Lak Resort had begun to scrutinise me a little closely as I marched through their resort and new notices had appeared stating that ...
Well hello travel readers for the last time until we return to Launceston. Since the last entry we have been living up the resort life. Sumptuous breakfast, swimming, lunch by the pool, swimming, drinks by the pool, you guessed it...swimming, followed by amazing sunsets at the beachfront restaurant. All the time putting with Germans who haven't gotten over WW2 yet. So a few massages each, oil massage for Rachel, full on Thai massage for Ben. Trips to local markets, ...
... who had hidden in their usual spot... under the desks!
Today's topic was actions, which given the unusually hot and sunny weather proved a little challenging, especially as the kids had their Friday feeling in full swing. At one point, Dani had to chase after two tearaways who had decided they had had enough of jumping, skipping, clapping and crawling! It got so crazy that we resorted to the hokey cokey which went down ...
Although Songkran (Thai New Year - see previous post) is generally celebrated over multiple days, in most parts of the country, the water throwing festivities only last a single day. So after our day of getting utterly drenched in Phang Nga, we expected to finally dry out the following day. Well, that was not to be the case. However, the drenching was no longer due to Songkran-related festivities. Our main purpose for passing ...