Baan Krating Khao Lak
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... in our pool. By 11.30 Talon was absolutely starving so we headed to the Bamboo Bar for lunch.
The Bamboo Bar is probably the choice place for lunch as it is right on the beach front and today there was a beautiful sea breeze. Quite a few people walking on the beach today. We are amazed that the majority of people just walk around with no sun protection. So many brown sun wrinkled people. Obviously the sun smart message has not reached this part of the world! There are ...
... I wasn’t able to buy my last banana muffins or say goodbye to the children. I did buy some fruit as usual and then wandered around feeling vaguely as if I should make some souvenir type purchases. At one of the spice stalls I selected some tubs of spices which were either difficult to obtain at home or expensive, and also ended up with some place mats and coasters. My life seems to revolve around eating these days! I then had my last mango shake at Blah ...
... whom I had got to know well here last year was due to arrive on Monday night. I kept an eye open for her as I dined at Orchid Cafe and later had a couple of beers at Ska Bar, but didn’t see her.
On Tuesday it was an early start for those troublesome classes at Wat Muang Pratcharam school. I wondered what the two German girls, there for the first time, would make of them. There were obviously some extra-curricular activities going on when we ...
... Uli just asked the questions typically posed by most new arrivals. Despite having been an English teacher all his life he even requested that we allow him to watch from the sidelines during the first class before expecting him to get involved.
After eating we wandered down to Sakai Bar and joined the group of volunteers already there. They were mainly the girls as most of the men had gone to watch Thai Boxing in Bang Niang.
Fancying one of their ...
... to see if I had received any birthday messages. I had four, three of them from computers and one from a real person!
As usual I breakfasted at the German Cafe on Sunday morning. The front page of the Bangkok Post was devoted almost entirely to the new trade agreements which the Thai government had signed with the Chinese, and the new sections of wider gauge railway that the Chinese were going to build for them.
It was a little cloudy again but ideal ...