Thai Seree Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... early!!! After meeting other teachers and having a little tour of the school, we went into our first classroom-year 5. Prei took the class whilst we watched. The kids were learning sentences such as 'Ben always comes to school on foot','Harry never comes to school by bus'. After some drilling and writing on the board, the children had to write all the sentences in their book and then come ...
... the balcony and in the bathroom. Who needs a dryer here!
Quick shower and off to dinner. We had all Thai food which consisted of plates of:
· Streamed vegetables,
· Sweet n sour port,
· Chicken with cashew nut,
· Mussaman Curry,
· Steamed vegetables,
· Plates of fresh fruit.
I raced back to the room ...
... To say Kwai would mean Water Buffalo of which there are many in this wild North East corner of Thailand along with King Cobra, Python, Bears, Tigers, and Malaria. Not to worry anyone at home. We stopped for an ice cream and Emma had a flipflop related accident, managing to bend her toenail back on a surprise step. A German couple gave me a bag for some ice. The Thai's brought tissues, and a plaster. She's ok and we walked the short distance to the crossing. ...
... is put on and it quickly comes to the boil. You then go to the table and pick your meat, fish, squid, vegetables, noodles and lots of things we didn't recognise and cook them up in the broth. The food all looked good and everyone seemed to be having a great time, so we joined in and cooked our own supper. We didn't do too bad a job either!
We get back and have a chat about our plans for tomorrow which should be a really interesting ...
... trains you just had to clamber across the tracks and heave yourself upon them. We bought our tickets, £3.70 for a 2 1/2 hour journey, better than home that's for sure, and a load of meats on sticks for the journey and settled in to wait the next hour before the train was due. By this time we were sweltering. Mid day heat on an unsheltered platform with sleepy children resting on us. Suddenly a 2 1/2 hour journey on a non- air conditioned 3rd class ...