- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Our creative route-plan involved several turnings off main roads for interesting loops into unspoilt coconut groves – we are certainly seeing plenty of the real Thailand this way. There was just one competitive section today, a Regularity-test set in rolling hills surrounded on either side by a bamboo forest.
The Syd Stelvio hero of the day award goes to Phil Garratt ...
... opening ceremony performed by the snooty scout masters in front of a statue of Baden Powell and then the first game, in which the children crawled through a tunnel and on emerging had their faces daubed with paint. We soon made our excuses and left (with vague promises that we would do our best to return at 8.00 pm for the camp fire singsong).
We were back in Khao Lak before 10.00 am and I thought I’d pop into reception and see if there was ...
... to glee when a particularly large wave broke against the sea wall and drenched several of the tables nearest to the water. There were shrieks as diners leapt to their feet. The staff hurriedly started moving the tables further back and things settled down again until, about 10 minutes later, another wave broke over the wall. Nicky and I were in stitches. What excellent entertainment this was for us at our less well situated but completely dry table! At the ...
... the rains set in again. I found my way to my usual refreshment stop at Blah Blah Bar where I was warmly greeted by Wan, the owner and brought the customary mango shake.
The next reunion came later at Rabeang Restaurant where the lady owner and another member of staff greeted me like a long lost friend. The food was as good as ever there. I had a delicious dish of spicy prawns with bamboo shoots.
Next stop was Lan La Bar run by the young couple who ...
... undocumented people were living in the local villages. Spread through out town and along some stretches of beach there are photos posted of the area to remind of the devastation suffered. A memorial is set up where a police boat was forced ashore nearly 2km from it's original position at sea giving an idea of how far inland the waves reached. Fortunately
being a popular dive and tourist area the community was able to rebuild a ...