Khao Lak Resort
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... his breathing but didn't enjoy the dive at all as he was still shaken and didn't see much of the wreck that they were diving at either, which he'd been looking forward to. It seemed to have really shaken his confidence. The second dive which was much shallower had gone ok but he still wasnt completely comfortable. The wreck was an old navy ship that was sunk last year. We got him some lunch and headed back to shower and relax.
Dinner was at Oasis Bar shortly ...
... that upon my return I might find that the children had adopted a German accent. With a completely straight face Martin responded “Zat iz vy zay are verry lucky to have uz mit our gut Inglish ”!!!! No worries there then.
After a long and trying day I rewarded myself with one of the set meals at Gold Elephant restaurant, which was delicious.
Thursday was going to be Russell’s last day in the team. We were at Fai Tha, the ...
... rest just made up the numbers. The P6 class, the most senior, was preparing for an important English Exam and so we had special workbooks for them.
At 3.30pm we left for the orphanage. There we met a small group of volunteers who were staying there, as well as a middle aged English couple who had brought a suitcase full of gifts for the children, collected in the UK. We delayed our lesson whilst the gifts, mainly T shirts, were distributed to ...
... be followed by a late siesta before venturing out again to a different eating establishment for dinner. It's a tough life we lead, but it does allow us to appreciate how fortunate we are. The weather has been constantly warm with some rain and thunder on most days. It does not interfere in the activities and often brings a cooling effect to everyone's benefit. We look forward to another 4 days before we set off for cooler ...
... children and their teacher, each of us saying what fun it had been, although that hadn’t been strictly true in every case! I had expected it to be hard and they had proved more difficult to teach than most of the children at the other English Camps we had run, but with smaller classes than I was used to at this school and with the major troublemakers absent, the two days had not been as bad as they could have been.
We had by now learned that we ...