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Yesterday we were in Khao Lak but didn't achieve much. We walked to the beach however the sea was far too rough to go in the water and we bottled out of having a swim in the pool in the rain! It felt too cold. We've been setting the air con to 29 degrees and it's now feels cool at this temperature. Dreading the UK at Christmas! This morning we …
... main attraction within the Botanic Garden. Located on the mid-western side of the Garden, the hilly three-hectare site has a collection of more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids. We passed through the gift shop for a look on the way out. We were a bit tired of carrying our backpacks at this stage so had a look for some lunch.
We decided on Halia Restaurant at 12:45. We both had the chilli crab but Dylan had his ...
... us shampoo their hair in the lake.
Talked to a couple from Bangkok before dinner. Dinner then we headed out on a night safari, pitch black and only saw 1 or 2 birds, but still got us out of the camp and a different experience. Electricity in the camp only operates from 6-midnight so we made sure we had out torch handy for any night time bathroom excursions!
... at the front on which I was sure I would spend many hours, a large air conditioned bedroom with a fridge, fan, kettle and TV and another big room behind in which there was a modern bathroom with a hot shower as well as masses of storage room for my belongings. It was all almost brand new and looked very comfortable.
Khao Lak town straddles the busy coast road. On the sea side of the road are the large expensive resorts and on the other ...
... that 6.30am was probably a bit late to get all of the animals at dusk but we had to trust Keam, we were the last group out from the floating huts which made us question his decision again slightly. How wrong we were, almost straight away from leaving the huts Keam caught sight of some Dusky Langurs (little black monkeys with white panda eyes). After that we set off in search of some other animals by going into all of the little inlets of the lake. We carried on doing ...