TripAdvisor Reviews R.T. Hotel Phangnga
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... out a little waterfall before heading back to the mini van to return to our resort for a well deserved shower.
Tonight we are heading into one of the resort restaurants for an Indian buffet. Zachary is very excited. I hope the butter chicken is mild!
We haven't made it into any of the resort pools today and there is no sign of rain either.
Tomorrow we have another busy day with our Adventure ...
... get in my seat and plug into my MP3 player again.
The flight to Hong Kong is 3 ½ hours long. I can’t sleep as I’m all caught up. So I just decompress the torrid time I just had. That’s when the little girl sitting behind me starts kicking my chair. I get up and ask the Mum to get her to stop and she just stares at me! I have to tell her another time and she makes out she can’t understand me. Once more and I’ll either ...
... first. There were lots of fire crackers going off, some quite terrifying in their loudness if you happened to be close by. Many of the shopkeepers were busy making offerings at their little shrines too, all for Chinese New Year.
Ken had given Sunny the day off, and so he couldn’t check, but as far as he was aware we would be teaching as normal on Thursday. This set Martin off on a bit of rant as he had thought it would be a holiday and so had ...
... 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. ...