Gerd & Noi Khao-Lak Bungalow
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... had just finished Uni and were travelling for 6 weeks before taking up their first positions as English teachers when the new term started in May. They were quietly spoken and very excited. I was so glad to be able to take them on their first day’s teaching rather than have Martin give them instructions. We were at Fai Tha school and as usual the children were assembled on the playing field. I had told the girls to expect some music and dancing but today we had ...
... things by succumbing to the temptation of a banana pancake.
On Friday it was Teachers’ Day and we half expected another day off but Sunny told us that the school still wanted us to go and do the two afternoon classes as normal. So after an hour by the pool in the morning I showered and changed and walked down to the office at midday to be met with the news that we weren’t required to teach after all.
Martin, Russell and I ...
... your bottle for you and let you sit at the tables on the pavement in front of the shop.
Saturday was a much better day weatherwise, the first without rain for quite some time. I managed some time on the beach but returned quite early to get ready to go to the market. The road between Bang La On and Bang Niang had been a mess last year with road works but all the construction work was finished now and the road much improved. So I planned to ...
... phobia of rats).
The highlight of our stint in the jungle had to be the night safari. If I am honest Alex and I were both a little apprehensive about entering the jungle at night to face who knows what in the dark. We prepared as best we could by dressing head to toe, wrist to ankle including our sturdy walking boots and then sprayed any remaining exposed skin with pungent deet mosquito repellent. We were each issued ...
... buffet each morning at his hotel and so wasn’t interested in joining me for lunch at the Green Beach Café. I had one of my favourites, papaya salad and fried chicken, and then wandered around to my usual spot on the beach for an hour or two’s reading in the shade.
Returning to Phu Khao Lak in the mid afternoon I found that the coconut culling men were in and the ground was strewn with coconuts that they had dislodged with the aid of ...