The Palms Resort
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... feet grinded off and a pedicure as well. My toes are the prettiest, as always.
We took a tuk tuk to the end of the street. We’re staying on Karon beach up one end and Carolyn and Mum thought it necessary to pay 200baht for a tuk tuk to take us 200 meters up the road. We checked out a few stalls and Mum was approached by a little Thai fella. He was trying to sell a hammock. Long story short, we now own a hammock to hang in all ...
... and so much culture I have forgotten what I did at the beginning. I’m really glad I made myself write in the blog everyday otherwise I would never have remembered.
Breakfast today was: Eggs benedict, bacon, waffle, scone, bowl of fruit, strawberry yoghurt, apple juice and a couple of cups of tea! It’s amazing how much you can eat when it’s free!
Today is all about sunbathing, I manage to ...
... and very basic than the big Antarctic boat but very cozy! Before dinner we had a quick briefing about the boat rules which will be for 3 days our home. Our boat leader is Rachel who is a good friend of our Dutch dive instructor Annelies of Ko Phi Phi Don. She is very nice and it feels directly good to us. We got a nice dinner and than we went for a sleep as we will get a wake up call at 06:00h the next coming ...
... with our lack of influence in the curriculum and in fact with the whole Thai education system. Thank goodness that I only had to get through three more days with him (Thursday was a national holiday for Chinese New Year). Then I would finally be German free!
Sheila was in the office doing some work on the Facebook page and so when Martin and I had eventually finished we two went for some lunch and a chat. The beauty of eating with someone new is that I ...
... and decided to go and eat with Ken at Everyday, as I often did on a Sunday evening. It turned out to be a really good night. The panaeng curry was delicious and I had a good chat with Ken mostly about the 12 or so new volunteers that had arrived over the weekend. They were all staying at Walkers Inn and had come through the Original Volunteers organisation. So they wouldn’t be teaching with me but would be going out in teams for the next week to the ...