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And so, all too soon, the end of my stay was in sight and I needed to start thinking about visiting my favourite places for the last time and saying my goodbyes.
Saturday began with poached egg on toast at Duo Cafe. The only other customer was a middle aged Canadian man who told me he lived in Cambodia but was spending a couple of months in southern Thailand. When I tried to discover what he did in Cambodia he became rather evasive and muttered ...
It was Monday morning again and the start of another week. The last of my recent companions were departing today. I still had another 12 days left and so I was going to have to get used to my own company once more. As far as I was aware there was no teaching scheduled for the week and I had nothing particular planned.
Monday wasn’t a very good day. After a bacon and egg breakfast muffin at a deserted Walkers Inn I called into the office to say farewell to Sue ...
... out what to have tomorrow so I don’t miss anything!
Got back up to the room, got myself sunbathing ready and went to see if Dad was going to join me (Mum was out diving all day). Found a nice spot by the main pool, nice and quiet, and that’s where we stayed all day! (In the shade).
I read some of my book, took a dip, went round the lazy river, had a snooze and chatted to Dad for ages. At lunch he got out a couple of cans of Chang and crisps ...
It was good to be back on terra firma after our two day trip to the lake. It was no surprise however to feel my bed rocking gently as I tried to sleep on Saturday night!
Needing an update on arrangements for next week’s English Camp I called into the office after breakfast on Sunday. The English camp was still going ahead and what’s more we had another new volunteer. She was called Monica and she was from...............Germany! Marilyn and ...
... Rachel and Paul, who were on their honeymoon and an older couple from Switzerland, all of whom were lovely. After lunch we split up into smaller groups and our group went to play with the elephants. First we learnt a bit about them and then watched them have a bath in the mud pool. They seemed to be having a great time, rolling about, rubbing along the banks, blowing bubbles and squirting water. One in particular, a naughty teenager, loved it so much she was a struggle to ...