Khao Lak Seafood Family House
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... 8211; I was worried about getting it wet after the last incident! I got a really good close up photo – see pics!
After turning our torches off to experience total darkness (it would have been really impressive but we had done it several times in the past), we headed back the way we came. The return journey wasn’t as bad as we knew what to expect, it’s always the same (I find), the return journey always seems quicker and easier!
... other than to purchase an icecream) yesterday was to learn how to fold towels into animals. Zachary received a rabbit and Talon a turtle. Very cute and clever I say.
Today we decided that a rest day was needed after such a busy day yesterday and a busy weekend in front of us.
We started the day once again with a buffet breakfast. Cute little Wadee paid us a visit so we grabbed some more bananas for her. We returned back to our villa after breakfast ...
... and me to sort out but we had a good chat. How refreshing it was to be working with a native English speaker once more. She was still finding her feet in Khao Lak and so I arranged to meet her later and take her over to the Police Boat Tsunami Memorial and then around the Monday market in Bang Niang.
I had a light lunch at the noodle stall near Phu Khao Lak and then spent a few hours by the pool before walking into town to meet Marilyn. Each time I visit ...
... so that he could organise the children into a big group.
Back in Khao Lak we found that Ken had had a busy day visiting Beluga School for Life, an orphanage near Phang Nga. This is a large operation with tourist facilities, a school and accommodation for 130 children. It was set up by a German company Beluga Shipping after the tsunami. They went bust a couple of years ago and since then the orphanage had received funding from Hanseatic, the company taking over ...
... some of the boys as well) wore make up and fancy hair adornments. The majority of the boys were in sportswear with several football shirts on display. They were taking it in turns to perform a dance which they had clearly practised in advance. The showstopper was an effeminate boy with make up on who was having the time of his life, twisting his hands in the air and wiggling his hips.
At 10 o’clock we were called into the staffroom. We made ourselves ...