Scorpion Tailed Boat Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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This was jeremy's day. We had promised that he would be able to see the elephant he took care of four years ago. He had contacted the head Mahout, Danger, who invited the family to visit. The camp was about an hour outside the city. There a 131 elephants of all ages. We met Danger at the main office and we followed him and Jeremy in our van to the mahout training center. After a quick prayer to the god ganesh, he called his friend to ...
... on this road! We got some leg massages on the street from laughing Thai ladies, so good! We got tickets for some Muay Thai boxing, there were quiet a few bouts on the cards-starting with younger fighters and progressing to more experienced ones with a novelty 3 way blindfolded bout in the middle. A really tough sport, there were 3 knockouts and some big ...
... all the time. It also seemed very unclean and unsterile which really put me off. The main thing that annoys me about this placement is that midwives work with healthy women who are having babies- no ill people with potentially infectious diseases etc. so being in this hospital made me paranoid all the time that I was going to catch some deadly disease as there was illness and people absolutely everywhere.
I was already feeling unwell and fed up so going ...
This past week, I got a part time job tutoring a class of two young Thai kids at a private language school! Tony and I had both spoken with the school about teaching, and the owner said he would let us know when some classes opened up for us to take on. Because the school feels more comfortable matching female teachers with young female students, they offered me the first class that was available. For now, I am teaching English to ...
... so he had to employ two of the women for his team! We each took it in turns chopping the ingredients and pounding them in the pestle and mortar. It was tiring but the pastes looked really good after about 10 minutes. We then chose how spicy we wanted it and Fon put the correct amount on our plates of ingredients for later. Before we cooked the curry we did the appetisers first. Nathan went for the fresh spring rolls which were made from rice paper. His dirt attempt of ...