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... in tobacco at the last waterfall so we managed to avoid any more leeches but Fit hadn't bothered so he gained another leech bite. I still managed to win though with my four bites. Me and Fit joked that we must be good people to have donated so much blood. Yes, it was very generous of us to keep those bloodsuckers alive another day.
We all went to the ice melt cold showers almost straight away. I checked for anymore creepies while I was there, they seem to really like ...
... where they have 12 Native English Speaking (NES) teachers at their school, teaching english in all different subjects from Math to Computer Technology to Biology.
So for us being Camp Teachers was a breeze. For the students it was even so much as English Camps, because let's be honest, what more did they have to learn from us? It was more of a ...
... dipping my hair in my dinner because it felt like straw at the ends but we have now worked out that it’s the chlorine absolutely destroying it!
We had our first lunch with Nana and Pa in their room, sorry Pa, I have to add it, I asked Pa to hold my Fanta while I brought my chair in and he was quick to pipe up "Oh yes, I’ll have some" I had no idea what he meant (na´ve me) but I quickly worked it out when Nana and mum were rolling around ...
... not easy on a very busy freeway, then followed the small windy road through the rice paddies until we arrived. At one section on the road heading to the house, there were lots of monkeys on the side of the road - they just sit there - not frightened by the cars. they were so cute!
Where we are staying is owned by Sassie, a Thai and David a Brit, in their Greek inspired home. We have access to the whole bottom level, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a ...
... statues of every size. Sunlight from a hole in the chamber ceiling illuminates the images and creates a brilliant atmosphere. It was really calming down here and was nice and relaxing to walk around (and to practice my Incredible Hulk impression in front of some random green light!).
That pretty much covered what Phetchaburi had to offer and so we headed back to our hotel for a bit of chilling out before having a nice relaxing evening of eating and ...