Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... br> Auf der Fahrt nach Phang Nga kaufen wir essen für einen Brunch ein. Dies machen wir öfters und halten dann an einem schönen Strand. Brunchen und schwimmen gehen, was will man mehr?
Von Phang Nga möchte ich einen Ausflug auf die ‚James Bond Insel‘ machen. Wir fragten schon in Phuket nach dem Preis und waren überrascht wie teuer es ist. Gestern bei einem Lokalen Travel Agent war es ...
... or not.
Upon paying my deposit for the trip I quickly packed up my stuff and checked out of my hotel. I hopped in a cab to the airport with no flight figuring I would book one for late that night or the next morning and stay in a hotel much closer. I arrived at the airport at 12:45. I waited at the ticket counter to speak to a rep until 1:10. Five minutes later I had a ticket for a flight that took off at 2 pm. I ran over to ...
... girls who set off for the school. I valiantly offered to teach on my own so that the four new girls could work in pairs.
When we arrived at the school however we found that Ken had driven there too, to cover for the missing lads. I felt a little awkward having the boss join me in my class but the lesson went well. We were teaching “Skilled Occupations” and Ken made the lesson more fun by introducing little mimes for each occupation which made ...
... the snorkelling is good here but nothing like what we had in the Maldives. In the end we decided against spending £70 each on a snorkelling trip.
We walked to the beach and found it quite busy. Khao Lak suffered terribly when the 2004 tsunami hit the coast of Thailand; in fact it was the hardest hit area where 4,000 people died and 3,000 are unaccounted for. Everything is now new and not very Thai. The beach was full of ...
... afternoon. Not only was it the end of my partnership with Josh which we both agreed had worked well and been a lot of fun but it was also quite likely to be the end of teaching for me. We had just two lessons to take at Koh Nok, the sea gypsy school. The children here come from poor fishing families and are not as quick to pick things up as some of their counterparts in other schools. So they are generally hard work to teach but a lively bunch. We taught ...