Takolaburi Cultural & Spa Resort
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... got out of the cave, dried off, put our clothes on and headed back towards the boat. We had to climb down some rocks into some water where I slipped and got my bottom a bit wet! After all that time of trying to stay dry as well!! Oh well!
Where everyone’s shoes were wet, we were all slipping and sliding all over the place, especially when it then started raining. No one was slipping as much as Ray who was trying to keep up with the young ones as ...
... other than to purchase an icecream) yesterday was to learn how to fold towels into animals. Zachary received a rabbit and Talon a turtle. Very cute and clever I say.
Today we decided that a rest day was needed after such a busy day yesterday and a busy weekend in front of us.
We started the day once again with a buffet breakfast. Cute little Wadee paid us a visit so we grabbed some more bananas for her. We returned back to our villa after breakfast ...
... worked on the building sites with “Japanese” Sheila. Pat had 8 children and Sheila came from a family of 12 and so there was much talk about large households and bringing up children. I and Japanese Sheila, who like me was one of only two children and has no children herself, had little to contribute! I remembered seeing Pat around at Christmas. She was then accompanied by her daughter and granddaughter and I now learned that the barman at Ska Bar is ...
... orphanage and the current dearth of volunteers. Two new independents were arriving on Tuesday, Ken told me, and as far as he knew they weren’t Germans. Hurray!
Friday was upon us once again. We don’t set out until midday on a Friday and so I had a leisurely breakfast at Grand City Hotel where many of the tables were occupied by a recently arrived party of Germans, looking weary and uncomfortably warm in jeans, jumpers, socks, shoes and in some ...
I had the very agreeable prospect of a week’s holiday ahead of me. And what’s more I could look forward to having some company as Nicky was going to be coming to stay for the week. I had got to know Nicky when she joined the volunteers in February last year. We got on well and have kept in touch since then. After I returned home, Nicky spent a few months travelling in SE Asia and then secured a teaching position in Phattahlung, a small town south of Khao Lak. I ...