Hotspring Beach Resort & Spa
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... of action for a while. We motored out of our anchorage at the Yacht Club and managed to get the sails up fairly soon after and headed down the channel and round to Phang Nga Bay which is just stunning, I mean incredibly stunning.
The sailing was very relaxing with perfect conditions, a light wind of maybe 15 knots and perfect seas, we were just gliding along and I was impressed that we managed to get Malmuirie up to 7.9 ...
... Then I went to Tarzan Bar only to find it closed and so I once more ended up sitting in Sakai Bar and enduring the performance of the worst singer in Khao Lak.
I spent much of Tuesday pottering around in the office. I was doing a Sue, and tidying files when Ken took it into his head to repaint the office. The next thing I knew we were on our way to Khao Lak’s answer to B & Q to purchase paint, rollers and brushes. On the way back we ...
... home for a very welcome dip in the pool.
I met both of them later and after a beer at Ska Bar we went across the road to eat at Lamuan Restaurant. This is another restaurant that I have never visited. I learned that it was one of a handful in the town when all the tsunami volunteers were here and so Sheila and Sue both knew the owner and some of the staff. The food was unremarkable. Despite having an early start for a long day on the morrow I was later ...
... day. I decided to call into the office anyway after breakfast to see if there was anyone around. I was pleased to find someone else already there for me to have a chat with, even thought that someone was Martin, the German. He told me all about the boat trip to the Similan Islands on Saturday and showed me his photos. The turquoise sea and powdery white sand on the islands looked wonderful but he said it was a rough boat trip out and the snorkelling not brilliant as ...
... was off to Home and Life, the orphanage. Here the older children were at a scout event and so we only had the little ones to teach. It all went well and they were delighted to see Barbara and Ian who had stayed at the orphanage all last week.
It had been a long day but as it was Christmas Eve I couldn’t really turn down the invitation to go for a drink at Everyday. So after a nice curry at Grand City Rainforest Restaurant I wandered up the road to meet the rest ...