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How do you describe the best day ever? How do you get pictures to capture it? I will try....but there's no way I'll do it justice. Yesterday we had a slow start to the day as we tried to figure out what we wanted to do with our time in Thailand. Marissa eventually took on the unenviable task of taking "I want to go on a boat and do cool water stuff with those rock formation things" (our closest description of what we wanted - how helpful right?!) and turning it into ...
... is rude and obnoxious. I have no idea where I’m supposed to go, and end up at departures for Australia flights.
Eventually find where I’m supposed to go, passport control! Which is backwards as we do this when we arrive somewhere. The immigration guy is so rude and slams my passport and papers on the desk. I get through to the departures lounge and decide to get some food. The food on the other internal flights haven’t been ...
... eating Martin went off to bend the ears of the teachers on one of his pet subjects no doubt, whilst I received a Thai lesson in names and colours of fruits from the little girls.
Then it was time for the last and always the worst class. They were not sat in stony silence when we arrived, but involved in a noisy brawl on the stairs. We managed to sort that out and get them into the classroom but they were still hyperactive and in and out to the toilet and to ...
... Mari, my Welsh colleague of last week, was supposed to have been joining them but at the eleventh hour had decided to go off to Chiang Mai with her mates instead. Ken was not amused as he now had to cancel one of the schools.
On my way home I’d planned to stop off for a nightcap at Sakai Bar. Before I even reached it I could see a large group of people assembled there and someone waving at me. It was Russell with all the new volunteers. I ...
... We were at Bansenarangsan school in Takua Pa Old Town. The area was an interesting one and Sunny had promised that after lessons we could have a look around. This plan had to be shelved though as it was hammering down with rain and so we drove straight back to Khao Lak.
It had stopped raining when I went out to eat later but all the restaurants seemed quiet. I’m sure there had been a lot more visitors in the town this time last year. Maybe ...