Baan Krating Khao Lak
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... arms slung over the edge of the pool they effortless float in the water as they watch the shimmering patterns of the sun flickering on the waves in the ocean.
They are also happy because the General Manager has also offered a complimentary late check-out at 7:30 p.m., giving them time to enjoy another day in the villa before they are chauffeured to the airport for their overnight flight tomorrow.
... Steve and Virginia in the foyer, order a taxi and wait 5 minutes. The taxi arrives and it is really a converted ute! We clamour aboard and head for the market. Over the road from the market is a memorial from the Tsnami. It is a Police ship that was anchored in the harbour when the Tsnami hit in 2004. The boat was carried for 2 kilometres and they have left it where it landed. We read about the devastation and the rebuilding . Amazing. We ...
... to be run at a school in Phang Nga next week. We checked all the material for the lessons that we had chosen to teach but were advised not to photocopy stacks of worksheets yet “just in case”. After a lazy afternoon at the pool I headed for our usual rendezvous at Ska Bar only to find that the rest of the gang all had other plans. In fact it made a nice change to spend an evening on my own and revisit some of my old haunts. It was such a long time since ...
... spectacle. The headmaster lined up 11 of the boys who had clearly committed some misdemeanours, and proceeded to cane them in front of the whole school.
The children here are always a pleasure to teach and today was no different. They came rushing off the playing field eager to say hello to us and shake our hands We started with “Transport” with the little ones in the first two classes. Nadine and Veronica soon got the hang of things and ...
... GoPro was set to wide angle so it looked further away. That doesn't matter because I was there ;) A bunch of Lobsters: the mammoth one a topic of debate. Only our group saw it but we said between 500mm and 700mm...some say it was the size of a VW Beetle lol Stingrays: some hiding under the sand, some cruising by. Seahorse: I don't have a photo but look up pygmy pipehorse and ornate ghost pipefish. I lost count of how many giant moray eels we spotted! Evil looking ...