Palm Hills Golf Resort
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... is important but in hind site, time is money and you need to spend most of that time flying the kite. This is what 90% of kite boarding is about for most people. It takes some practice. It is all about turning the kite or applying power or no power at precise moments to get the kite to do what you want. If you are too early or too late with your directions or movements it will crash or you will have to correct the error.
We spent from 10am to 4:30pm Friday out kite ...
... take a shower until we were ready to go to bed since the room was super hot (all we had was a fan).
After dinner, we talked with Matt and Sadie, brother and sister from Derbyshire (they were on Elephants and had a rough day harvesting and cutting banana trees) for a bit and then went off to our rooms. We took a COLD shower since there was no hot water and then watched a movie in bed.
It was a hot night and the sounds of geckos were all we heard.....saying Gec Ko, Gec ...
... a shaved head dressed in white and gold robes, he seemed to have two helpers that would fuss over his clothes; random members of the public would go up to him for ½ a minute, they would talk and then leave, Mama and her daughter did this - giving the man an envelope - possibly with money in it. Mum and I decided that this man must've been the head Monk for this area, which we now don’t believe; we got bored and decided to go back to the hotel ...
... decided to stop off at Tops and get some donuts to share and 2 smoothies for ourselves, before waiting in the hotel lobby for Twain the taxi driver. I decided to go and take photos of the pool then remembered about the photo of me standing at the door that we get at every hotel so I took a quick seflfie to keep mum happy.
The taxi ride down took just over 2 hours, not including our stop halfway through. Mum had asked to go and see a railway ...
Sorry the last blog was so short, but as you can tell Bangkok is not my favourite place!
Anyway, I am now here at the Wildlife Friends of Thailand Rescue Centre, in the Region of Phetchaburi, and have just finished day 2!
My first day started at 6.30am going and making banana balls with vitamin supplements for one of the 65 year old elephants who is malnourished and suffering from many wounds, ...