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... and so enjoyed the unusual luxury of air-con. We taught the youngsters for the first three classes. They were lively as usual but their teacher stayed in the room for a much of the time and this helped a lot as they were as good as gold when she was there.
Martin too was reasonably well behaved although he has adopted the slightly sinister habit of opening up an A4 notepad in the middle of the lesson, sitting down and starting to make notes. ...
... This is not helped by their Thai teachers insisting on teaching them A, B, C, instead of the phonetic sounds. Ken has tried to introduce some basic phonetics to help the situation but the Thai teachers don’t approve.
We had plenty of worksheets for the third class which was with older children and on the subject of transport, but they were a little too advanced for them and with the exception of one or two bright children they all struggled. ...
... to those in need. This program also made me realise the importance of life and family and shows how lucky most of us are. The school volunteering group would also feel my experience especially if they volunteered more than one day.
I can believe it's my last full day in Thailand I’m seriously going to miss this place I’ll be on my way back home to the sunny Gold coast. I just wished I had the opportunity to live in this amazing country.
... waiting for 2 people to come from the airport. There was a little kitten that wandered into the shop, and got passed around, it was very content sitting on our laps getting patted!
It started raining just before we were supposed to leave so we had a beer and waited for 10. It eased up a bit so we got in the trucks but then it ****** down on the way to the boat and while we were boarding.
We got pretty wet and had to take our shoes ...
... under national park status, are approximately 60km and 70km away from the shore. You spend too much time in transit getting there so the most popular option is to do a liveaboard, where you sail out and live on a large diving boat, spending your nights and eating your meals. After consulting with Cindy at length, she realized this was a once in a lifetime opportunity for me and gave me the green light to do it. Before she changed her mind I did ...