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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and cave hike. The boat takes around 20 minutes and then we all follow big man through the jungle. He tells us all to wear walking boots but he is bare foot and really fast for a fat old Thai man! We see a python after a few minutes walking but after that there is nothing of any interest until we reach the cave around an hour later. I was shocked Jenn made it being fuelled by only a few bits of fruit and five mouthfuls of rice but she was sweating less than me. We all get ...
... br> After an early start and a busy morning, an afternoon by the pool sounded attractive. Unfortunately the pool area had been taken over by an extended French family with a noisy little girl. They were occupying all the sunbeds in the shade and so I stayed for a while and then retreated to the peace and quiet of my verandah.
The town was definitely starting to shift down a gear as the end of the season approached. I had thought I would visit Wimanthip ...
... dives and done navigation, peak performance buoyancy, wreck, underwater naturalist and deep sections, he was now an Advanced Open Water diver. I'm very proud, especially that he kept going as lots of people would've given up.
We had lunch with the turtle girls and sat chatting for a while. We decided to walk back the inland route as we hadnt tried this yet. It was pretty hot and we tried to take a short cut which wasnt really a path. When we got back we showered, did ...
... were bats. Thousands and thousands of them. It was an eerie but really great experience. The climb back down was so much easier and we were greeted by lunch. Then we got back on the boat where we drove further to the main pier. We then got a lift back to Khao Sok town. Due to timings and deciding what to do, Dave and I needed to book a night somewhere and urgently as we were desperate for a shower. A lot of places only had cold showers and we really wanted a hot one to ...
... said that they had been in Georgetown, Penang, not a huge distance away down the coast and they knew nothing about the tsunami until they saw it on the television news the following day.
It was again grey and drizzly when I walked over to Everyday Restaurant for the 2.00pm Christmas dinner that Ken was laying on for the volunteers. Only Ian and Barbara were there when I arrived. I joined them and after a while we realised that we were going to be the only guests. ...