The Andamania Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We were given some time to relax whilst the sunset before heading out for a night safari. It was ok but we only saw a couple of Hornbills. Feeling a bit unsatisfied we headed back to camp. The group sat up for a while sharing stories and drinking beer before heading off to bed. Before we could go to bed however, we had to face the walk of death to the toilet! Sue and I went together for moral support and thankfully it didn’t end in ...
... and booked our airport transfer for 3.00pm on Thursday.
At 4.00pm Gary and Talon walked me to the spa rooms as I was bound to get lost. How glorious you get presented with a glass of coconut juice and a cold face washer and then led into a private room where I quietly laid reading my kindle whilst a nice Thai lady massaged my legs and feet. Very relaxing indeed. I look forward to my next one on Monday.
Whilst I was at my massage it all became too ...
... and then handed over to the Home and Life Band. We were sorry to have to leave when our taxi arrived to collect us and all agreed it had been much better than teaching.
Sue was back from her trip on Wednesday night and she and Marilyn came to Phu Khao Lak restaurant to eat. The meal was good but what none of us had realised was that it was a national “Buddha Day” and so there was no alcohol being sold. A quick phone call to Ken however established ...
... I both had some very good fish. It was a pleasant evening. Ken joined us, and later Sheila too. I had hoped we might see the other three volunteers, including Steph, but learned that they had returned from their week’s teaching and were having an early night before setting off at 5.00 am on Saturday morning to travel all the way to Koh Samui for one night and then return on Sunday!
The weather continues to be hot and sunny during the day and comfortably cool ...
... Bar for some refreshment.
I had a plan in mind for eating that night. I had heard that Rabeang, one of my favourite restaurants in Bang Niang had, a week ago, opened a “Rabeang by the Sea”. I set out to locate it and was disappointed when I found myself right at the end of the beach road without spotting it. I turned around and started to head back the way I had come. There were a number of upmarket restaurants next to the beach here and so on a whim ...