The Andamania Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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25.5.2014 Khao Lak, Thailand Km: 62058 Tsunami region / Tsunami Region
We do not know exactly where to stay and so we just keep going to the next beach. At this beach, camping would be good possible because no buildings are on the beach. Later I hear that here the tsunami raged fiercely. Only a rescue-tower was built later. We go even further until we arrive in Khao ...
... I met up with Nicky and the four youngsters who were now back from English Camp. It seemed to have gone well and they had lots and lots of photos to show me. Having been out in the sticks for a few nights they were keen to go partying and so, after eating, Nicky and I were able to detach ourselves and have a couple of quiet beers on our own.
In the office on Friday morning Ken and Sue confirmed that the English Camp had been a success although they were both ...
... Like Ao Nang, Khao Lak caters for the package holiday and those seeking a higher standard than we're used to and have been budgeting for, as a result there's not much of a backpacker scene. Most buildings are new or renovated following the disaster. Despite the name, The Youth Club caters for all, even the over 30's. Its about the cheapest place in town at 400 baht per room per night and for that you get a pool, maid service, TV, shared bathroom (with hot shower) and a fridge. We ...
... tsunami and, depending on who is telling the story, the arm waving is him trying to push back the wave or alternatively telling people to run away as fast as they can.
Tuesday at Wat Muang Pratcharam school was hard going. In recent weeks there had been signs of an improvement in their behaviour but today, for some reason, there was a relapse and a return to the bad old days. But even in the naughtiest class there were some lovely pupils. Josh ...
Stayed in a bungalow lined road walking distance to the National Park entrance. The first afternoon, we took our very first jungle trek on our own. It’s funny how the unfamiliar habitats made us uneasy. We had no idea about what to expect from the plants, animals, or insects. We spent the first hour hiking nervously, I was afraid of spiders and Julien was worried about snakes (not a phobia but venom since the snakes there can actually kill you.... ...