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... We also share our beach and jungle with a family (30-40) of crab eating monkeys! (They chase after small crabs on the beach and eat them!) Our first morning, we woke up to the sound of monkeys playing right in front of our bungalow on the beach.
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30 minutes later, I’ve walked up and down the strip a couple of times and can’t
find anywhere so I end up going up to where a couple of loud noisy bars are and
sit at the bar watching the promotion people trying to get the punters in.
Nobody comes in and everyone I see walk past doesn’t seem like they are up for
chatting. So I finish my beer and walk back up to the hotel a little
frustrated, I decide I don’t ...
... as were the stunning cliffsides. After snorkelling though we decide to head to a different place away from so many tourists. The second location for snorkelling was in a little cove between two huge cliffsides and it was amazing. It was quieter and there were more fish to sea. Zach and I actually spotted a fish neither of us had seen before that looked a bit like a puffer fish. We also found a shoal of thousands of tiny fish that was pretty amazing to see especially when we dived ...
... we realised she was not the bus, she told us to follow a guy and we got put in a taxi with another lady. We weren't best impressed but once you've paid they won't let you have a refund so that was another lesson learnt. We were dropped off on a street and the driver told us this was Krabi town. We couldn't really see too much other than a few hostels and a bar or two but figured maybe he meant a little further down the road. We set ...
... way. In my teaching induction, I was given some advice about Thailand. In addition to the concept of Thai time, I was also introduced to the phrase "Mai pen rai" - roughly translating to "no worries". It's kind of a lifestyle, which generally means that things are sprung on you at the last minute. In the school context, this usually spelling competitions, camps or excursions. As such, I was told that if you turn up at school and there's a bus outside, get on the bus. ...