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... or Clappersland as Video Girl was calling it.
Here normal olive complexion had also returned replacing the granita green hue she wore during the majority of the journey.
Southern Thailand's sleepy town of Thaimuang is the unspoilt location for the boutique pool villa resort of Wanakarn Beach Resort and Spa.
Set over two isolated golden sand beaches split by a lazy, mangrove-lined river, Wanakarn offers the ...
... the start of the trek. The walked wasn’t too bad, I think Paul did well in preparing us the day before. There were a few steep hills to climb and you had to watch for tree roots etc. There was also quite a few streams to cross, one where we walked along a couple of planks of wood or threw the water – we all chose the wood. There was some vine hanging from the trees where some of the youngsters swung and climbed up it, a few falling into the water in ...
... there. Don't know where they came from! We decided to head back to our pool before taking a taxi into Khao Lak.
We ordered our taxi from the lobby - best and cleanest taxi ride I have ever had. We got dropped off in Khao Lak City which is about a 10 minute taxi ride. Lots of tourist souvenir shops, but boy it was so sticky. None of these shops have air conditioning which makes it really hard to shop. The shops were quite good and we ...
... our hut to find all our fellow travellers out already with their cameras poised. The lake was absolutely still and the pink glow of the sun cast wonderful reflections onto the water. I was really missing my camera. I was using my phone but was watching as the battery ran down at a worrying rate with no way of charging it up at the raft house and so I had to rein in my natural impulse to take lots and lots of photos.
We left at 7.00 am for a ...
... all around, we would soon be at our home for the night. Very basic huts, they float in a cascading row together joined by a central eating area.
We settled in, did some swimming, and then began the first activity. We hiked through the jungle to a 680m long cave, which was a walkthrough consisting of neck deep water and tight walls at some points. Not for the claustrophobic among us. This would however, prove to be my undoing, ...