Gerd & Noi Khao-Lak Bungalow
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... acknowledges me and SMILES at me. Wow, those small things I take for granted at home I absolutely will not now.
The plan was to sleep at much as possible as it’s a night flight. I manage 45 minutes and can sleep no more. I watch a ton of films and start to feel the calmness wash over me again.
When the passport control guy in Heathrow says hello and smiles I know I have a new appreciation of these small acts of politeness.
... we had thunder, lightning and torrential rain lasting for about 20 minutes. Everyone moved under cover but even there we were soon all rather damp. It was most refreshing however and the air was a lot cooler after the storm. As the rain eased off a number of emergency vehicles tore past, their sirens blaring. I imagined some sort of accident on the mountain road which wouldn’t have been at all surprising given the combination of the bad weather conditions and ...
... the class with. At 3.30pm we had finished our classes for the day and transferred to the orphanage where we had another short session on “Weather”. I’m getting to know many of the children there quite well now and always get a warm welcome from them. Before leaving we were tempted into the coffee shop for coffee and cake.
I had a most enjoyable day off on Thusday. After my favourite breakfast of rice soup I reflected that it was ...
... to the market. The first section was still not pleasant as the traffic raced past much too close for comfort at times but when I reached the section where they had built a pavement it was much better. The walk, at a very slow pace, took me 40 minutes.
I decided to take a little detour to see the Tsunami memorial park where the police boat sits. Again there had been construction work in progress there last year and I imagined that it was ...
... t let up from morning to night. We were only able to hike about 2 kilometres into the national park before being sent back due to the high waters and danger of falling trees. On the bright side we did see a cheeky monkey climbing around in the trees. The grounds of the misty mountain resort where we were staying resembled a beautiful tropical garden with many species of plants, flowers and wildlife. So we whiled away our free ...