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Today we are going to visit a zoo – Khao Kheow open zoo. That may come across as a little odd as normally this would not be the top of our list of things to do, as we primarily like to see animals in the wild. This place however turned out to be different.
Sarah is a vet and she worked here for many years as the zoo vet so this opens a completely different ...
What a lovely meal Noy cooked last night. Check the pictures. After the customary early morning bike ride and spa, fruit breakfast was ready to eat. We have been spoiled Dave, Greg and I set of for the day. We explored the marina and dreamed of buying a cheap boat and sailing it back to Australia and selling it for a profit. Dreaming!!! We explored the beach front and had a steak lunch at a shopping ...
... mountain goats, etc
8am - Breakfast at resort
9am - Go Gibbon - jungle gym where I had some difficulties with balancing myself on suspending bars and ropes
11am - Elephant Trek
12pm - Lunch
1:30pm - Final zipline over a river
2pm - on way back to Bangkok ...
... very red.”
So now I’m getting ready to go teach my three Saturday classes and then I’m off to Khao Yai for English camp. Though I’m not looking forward to sleeping in a tent and I’m crossing my fingers for a grand total of at least 8 hours sleep in three nights, my biggest fear today is that I’m going to be sick all weekend. I’ve been up since 4:00 really sick. This is not going to work for ...
... and leaves. I asked them which I was, assuming ajarn since I only teach English, but wanting to make sure I understood. They thought for a minute and said, “You are kru. You are our mother. Teacher Rujiwan left, you are our mother now.” I’m pretty sure no one else would classify me that way, so it was pretty sweet. But I also wanted to remind them that they had a lot more respect and obedience ...