Yao Yai Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... the pups and still couldn't get a good look. There was one really close to the edge and I decided that dingo knows my scent so it would be ok to hold one- stupid and selfish probably but I really wanted to get a good look before we left!
The pup was absolutely gorgeous!! They all were! So small at only five days and didn't even have their eyes open. There were originally six pups but one hadn't made it so there were five lovely little ...
And so, all too soon, the end of my stay was in sight and I needed to start thinking about visiting my favourite places for the last time and saying my goodbyes.
Saturday began with poached egg on toast at Duo Cafe. The only other customer was a middle aged Canadian man who told me he lived in Cambodia but was spending a couple of months in southern Thailand. When I tried to discover what he did in Cambodia he became rather evasive and muttered ...
... around one of the rocks and there it was our beauty of 5m and water visibility was changed into 30m. So we saw a big whale shark in christal azure blue water swimming. It was amazing to see this after what we saw yesterday already. In the evening we had a little party on the boat and I also took a break on the upper deck under the dark sky with it's shining stars. When it was getting cold I went back our cabin where Hans was reading a book. ...
On Saturday we spent the day at White Sand Beach. It was a gloriously sunny day again and we arranged for a fairly early start in the hope of being able to beat the Germans to the sun loungers by the Boatyard restaurant. We were in luck and managed to get the last two in a prime position under the coconut palms. The beach was as beautiful as ever. In my opinion it’s the loveliest in Khao Lak and I believe Phil liked it too. We had ...
... in front of us were a young lovey dovey German couple who seemed more interested in each other than in the vagaries of the sea and we decided that they definitely needed a drenching. Minutes later our prayers were answered and we had difficulty containing our mirth as the girl wrung sea water out of her long blonde hair whilst the boy used his napkin to dab ineffectually at his soaking wet shirt. It was a most amusing way to end Nicky’s week’s holiday in Khao Lak.