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Here we are parked on the beach amongst all the coconut trees. Des was as bit worried that a coconut might fall onto Skippy's solar panels, but, fingers crossed. We travelled through the first toll roads we’ve encountered in Thailand, but the condition of the roads was excellent and worth every cent of the tolls.
The first area of the coast we travelled in Chon Buri, was like an oyster farming ...
... from what you get in the states. Maybe the seasoning has been modified to appeal more to the Thais. I don't know. I do not eat at McDonalds today either. But, I want to get a picture of Ronald McDonald giving the wai to his customers coming in the doors. He is at all the McDonalds doing the wai to you as you enter.
There are many, many parasailing kites in the Gulf. It's something I want to do sometime. I take pictures and walk the beach, but never ...
... What this actually meant was that our transfer station was the middle of the highway. Literally we stopped in the middle of the highway and a bus pulled up behind us and we got onto the bus with cars zooming past us. We survived, made our way to the boarder and into the "Kingdom of Cambodia, the country of wonders!" to quote the crazy pots man at the night food stalls of Battambang.
Short and sweet just like my stay in Chon Buri,
... in the room, the class dynamic changes and the kids are unbelievably quiet. This didn’t work out for me yesterday. My best-behaved class was having a chatty day. I also wasn’t really teaching; the kids had a test and then some book assignments to do (I was trying to get everyone caught up from the craziness of Chinese New Year). I still didn’t think much of it until I went into Teacher Monta’s room a little later ...
... I asked her if her father had called me and explained what happened. She said she wasn’t sure, but he would call me soon. Little Nook overheard this conversation, and when it was over, she looked at me and said, “Teacher Cait, I like you.”
“Well, Nook, I like you too.”
“Yes. Mobile. 08…” stating the first two digits of everyone’s phone ...