Casa de La Flora
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... at Walkers Inn and then spent a couple of hours in the office. With everyone else, including Ken and Sunny, away at the English Camp I had been left a key and worked on my own going through the contents of the lesson packs, tidying up the material and throwing out anything superfluous.
It was still a little cloudy but pleasant enough for an afternoon on the beach where the focus of attention was a naval ship that was now moored off shore. It seems that it is ...
... at Chong Fah Restaurant in Bang Niang. This was where Phil’s visit had started. We weren’t lucky enough to find a vacant table right next to the beach this time but it was still a lovely setting for a very tasty dinner of deep fried prawns, sweet and sour fish and barracuda steak in a Thai red curry.
After a few beers on the pavement back in Khao Lak at Sakai Bar we said our farewells as Phil trundled off in a taxi back to his hotel for ...
... fourth. All the proceeds were going to the local ambulance service. I was surprised to see a couple of familiar faces there, two of the girls who had been teaching with me before Christmas. They had been off travelling through Malaysia and Singapore but couldn’t resist coming back for another few days in Khao Lak. People just don’t seem to be able to leave - first Victor returns and now Sophie and Emily.
Sunny, the Thai lady from ...
First, now that I have internet access, I've uploaded this 3.5 minute video of our time in Vietnam & Thailand: http://vimeo.com/83660080
There were many, many things to share about the dives around the Similan Islands, but the best way for now is to share the videos we produced. One of them is our funny video that many onboard took part in: Click on this link to view: ...
... time. Today was the 9th anniversary of the tsunami and she was, I imagined, the mother of one of the children in the photographs.
Ken was organising Christmas Dinner for all the volunteers in the afternoon. At 3.00pm we gathered at Everyday Restaurant where a large table had been set for us. Ken’s sister and her grand daughter were visiting from Rochdale and between them they had rustled up a feast, no mean feat given the difficulty ...