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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... from my room window. As I walk along the beach to grab some food, I take a deep breath of the ocean water, and enjoy the nice change of pace and weather. Long trips make me hungry so immediately a group of us head over to a restaurant and their current special is brick-oven pizza for only 299 Baht ($9 USD)! This price includes taxes and gratuity, and their chicken curry pizza was to die for! After our nice lunch by the beach, we quickly head back to ...
... weeks we are teaching the alphabet, fruits, colors and numbers. All of our lessons will be focused on fruit (i.e. A is for apple, B is for banana, I have 2 red apples, etc.)
My friend Hannah and I come to class in the morning, remove our shoes at the door, and let the fun begin! The first day of class was slightly overwhelming. Most of the kids don't speak any English other than "hello," so getting them to sit down or stand up was a lesson of ...
... si introduces me to some of the ex-pats, there's paul, a chap from leigh of all places and a chap from manchester so talk of home dominates the conversation along with a spot of research on working out here, several beers and business cards later and we head back for an early night as the weekend brings the cuel charity golf classic and what i am reliably informed may well be a 'heavy weekend' ;)
The next few days are spent relaxing and and the ...
... where we were kindly greeted by many more children!
I had to hold back tears many times...overwhelmed by the children, ministry, their love for learning about God, their singing of songs in Thai... There's something about listening to children sing that is so beautiful. I was in a peaceful, thankful place where I knew that God had perfectly placed me.
The kids played games, recited bible verses, were taught simple ...
... Rujiwan and told her he needed to use the bathroom (or toilet as they say in Thailand). Since there were none around in the public park we were in, she sent him to the wall to take care of business. This conversation was entirely in Thai, so it took me a minute to realize what was happening (I caught on when I saw my student standing facing the wall to this public park, clearly peeing on it). No one else found this odd in any way.
The other day I came in ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility