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... before a bit more relaxation and then a lovely afternoon driving around the coast and hilly countryside.
On the edge of town was a long pier full of fishing boats and seafood restaurants. We took advantage of the free hotel tuk-tuk and found ourselves a nice restaurant. The menu was in Thai but accompanied by a photo album of all the dishes. We were none the wiser as most photos were either blurred or the dish had so much garnish you couldn't ...
... in the ground, however, they did not provide and shovels for digging so we had to improvise with coconut shells. As we were coming back, we felt a huge gust of wind and then a monsoon type storm came upon us. We rush back to the center and was almost there when we had thunder and then saw lightning crash into the enclosure near where we were walking, it was so loud that it scared us to death. By the time we reached our room, we were drenched. ...
... on a walk around the garden. Nana stopped to smell and admire all the flowers, particularly the frangipanis and rambutans (not that I can spell it).
Everyone was so full from a late lunch, except Pa and I who had ice-cream, so it was decided that we would stay home and eat salads for tea. After dinner mum and I went into the rec. room to use the table-tennis table, although I was dreadful, I was proud of myself with how well I’d ...
... disgust, but it did mean he got an ice-cream, which he was stoked about. We left at 5pm after the hour was up with our clothes and a pair of goggles.
With half an hour before we had to leave, we quickly jumped in the pool for a quick swim. Nana found a small frog in the pool and scooped it out then called us over to see it. It was half the size of Nana's little finger nail!!
At 6:15 we all jumped in the car again to head off ...
... of the Wildlife camp was taking the time out to be with the animals, rather than getting into the routine - I'd describe it as being in the moment and giving the animals some of your time.