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... met his beautiful wife and sat down to chat and help them improve their English. They took us out for coffee, and then they insisted on driving us the 10km back to our house! They are some of the sweetest, cutest, silliest, nicest, and most genuine people I have ever met. Being in the presence of such warm-hearted people is really inspiring, and I know we will be seeing them again.
So even though it is Monday and my students are a bit out of control, I am having ...
... of Pattaya. I thought
this was a good idea, so I started walking the four Kilometers to the
main road. I was given a ride right away by a Naval officer. I
stopped at the main road for some cheaper seven eleven beers. There,
I spied a bar with a farang sitting in it. I went over for a beer and
met the farang who was the German owner of the bar. His son in law
tried to present me with some companionship, but that didn't work
out. I just got ...
So in India I was pretty naff at this blog malarky. Thailand will be different. I'm gonna try and keep up-to-date with everything as i go, so here goes:
I arrived at about 6pm into Bangkok airport on the 1st Nov. Pretty much bumped into Hannah Ogden as she came to find me in the arrivals area. We had a coffee, bought a sim card, found internet and rang the couch surfer that i'd arranged for us to stay with.
Her name was Im and she ...
... et que en plus cest un peu cher, on decide sur lq route de pqrtir pour Pattaya a priori pqs tres loin de lq. On commence le chemin et qpre 10 km d autoroute thqi qvec poussiere dqns l qir et fous du volqnt, un pqnneau indique Pattaya 40 km, ce qui ferq plus d une heure de route en environnement hostile et inhqbituel. On se concerte et decidons de continuer sur cette autoroute ou les camions de betqil se melqngent avec les pick up ...
... need to hurry.” And then start the frantic yelling again as the girls drew near.
Yesterday at school, the principal came up to me and tried to explain something to me in English. She was getting frustrated so she asked if I spoke Thai. I said, “A very little bit.” Mistake. She went off on a rant in Thai and then asked if I understood. I told her I thought I did. From her bits of English at the beginning, I ...