Chongfah Beach Resort
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... destination after that was Burma. We had a mediocre meal at Orchid Restaurant and then said our farewells and exchanged email addresses. I hoped that she would keep me updated on the rest of her trip.
It was Sheila and Sue's last night too and so, after being spoilt for choice for the last few weeks as far as eating and drinking companions went, from tomorrow I would be back to sitting alone and talking to myself (and Gordon the gecko).
... in my step. I was on a countdown now. It would soon be Friday. Then came the killer blow. I thought it had to be a practical joke when Ken first told me. But no...............the two new independent volunteers had arrived last night ............... and they were both German!!!!! My spirits plummeted.
And when we reached the school there was more doom and gloom. Usually the children run towards the taxi smiling, waving and shouting “hello, ...
... to this and needed everything explaining to him in the greatest detail. Most first timers just go with the flow and pick things up as they go along but Martin wanted to know not only how things were done but why they were done that way and then put forward his own ideas of how he thought they could be done better. Russell and I humoured him for a while but by the end of the morning we were beginning to lose patience with him and were taking it in turns to ...
... walk back to my bungalow through Phu Khao Lak’s coconut plantation is becoming less muddy underfoot. Late at night there are lights on the trees to guide me on my way but it is nevertheless rather dark as I head home. Having walked it so many times I just switch to automatic pilot, a strategy which has nearly resulted in a mishap on several occasions this year. Outside my bungalow last year there was the stump of a palm tree that had had to be cut down ...
... later we arrived at Bamboo Rafting which is a really popular attraction in Thailand! The rafts are literally a row of bamboo tied together. Thai people more often than not seem to live where they work, especially places like this one. Whilst waiting to get on a raft there was a lot of commotion on the other side of the stream as a Thai woman started screaming. We soon realised that one of their straw huts was on fire, the woman was at the time bathing 2 young children in the stream ...