Khaolak Countryside Resort & Spa
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... poll taken that is far more indicative. The government asked everyone to list their first language. Ninety-nine percent of the people in the east listed Russian as their main language."
"What language do you most speak?" I asked.
"Half and half," he paused for a moment watching my flabbergasted look, then continued, "depends on who I want to ****-off." Often angry, sometimes with the biggest smile, Dennis has an edgy, very wry sense of humour ...
... arrival in the dorm room at Walkers Inn, a very self opinionated 19 year old English girl who was already getting on everybody’s nerves. We later heard that she had returned drunk in the early hours, been sick on the floor in the dorm room and locked herself in a toilet. I don’t know how Nicky has put up with it there for nearly three weeks now!
On Friday morning there was a treat in store for us. We were to travel to the school in Phang Nga in ...
... having successfully extinguished the fire.
Ellen, the Brazilian policewoman, was staying in the budget bungalows at Phu Khao Lak and so we had dinner together in the restaurant there. We were joined by Steph, the girl from Newcastle and had a pleasant evening.
Thursday went a lot better at the school. Josh and I had to move into the open assembly hall for our first lesson. We had nowhere to secure our teaching boards and it amused the ...
... quite understandably most of them struggled with the written names. At the end of the class they didn’t want us to leave. There was no sign of their teacher but a video had been switched on for them to watch. They were much more interested in their English worksheets and followed us to the adjacent classroom where they hung around the door, waving their work at us wanting it to be marked, and watching as we presented the same lesson to ...
... time we finished at 1.30pm!
It was another really windy night. I was woken by the clattering noise of my chairs being blown off the verandah and the gardener once again had a big job on his hands on Wednesday morning to clear all the fallen branches.
Lesley had decided to take a couple of days off to go to stay with Alison. Once again there was no sign of Jenny and so Ali and I took the three classes at Tablamu School on our own. The ...
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