Gerd & Noi Khao-Lak Bungalow
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... sheet under the table and chairs and splash sheets draped to form a cubicle from other guests.
The head of the Hazmat Team approached Battery Boy and handed him his protective breakfast overall then said, "You can return to the table now Sir. Remember if it gets too much for you we have an emergency evacuation team that can extract you from the table."
Then it happened. A siren wailed, the ...
... get quite close enough!! After seeing that and the fact that the walk was becoming increasingly challenging, we decided to head back to the car.
We’d walked for about 20 minutes before Sue started feeling a bit unwell and needed to sit down. I think it was a mixture of the heat, the climbing and that we hadn’t eaten since breakfast. After a short break, some water and a Moam bar (thanks Kimi) she was feeling a lot better and we ...
... of smiles. I was however relieved when we made it to the bottom after an hour. After the rafting we walked up to a waterfall where you could swim with all these fish if you liked. Gary and Zachary went in and although cold at first Zachary loosened up a bit and started playing and trying to catch the fish. Apparently he and Gary caught some! We walked back down from the waterfall back for some lunch. I was still feeling the effects of the motion sickness so couldn't face ...
... along their two friends. On arriving at the orphanage however it immediately became apparent that there was already a large group of visitors there. We were clearly not going to be required to teach and the staff apologised for forgetting to phone and cancel us. We were a little disappointed but as is often the case it turned into a really good afternoon. We bought drinks and muffins in the coffee shop and chatted to the latest resident volunteer, a young ...
... the air and emptied itself down the front of his shirt! There was a lot of half suppressed laughter.
Back in Khao Lak we checked our teaching material for Friday and I then adjourned to read by the pool for a few hours. Later I decided to go to Everyday restaurant for a chat with Ken. It was really busy and only Ken’s usual table right at the back was free. I had their panaeng curry which was delicious and we discussed the cold weather at home, the problems ...