The Tide Resort
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... of the Big C shopping center. It is kind of
like going to Italy for wine and drinking boxed Franzia.
The rest of the bus trip was a party
and the students seemed to know how to enjoy themselves. A lot of
them disappeared to the bottom compartment, and the boys and girls
were separated after midnight, to avoid any, well, you know. I talked
to the bus drivers a bit, about my fantasy of renting their bus for ...
B: My friend and I have been on a holiday. It's the first time for us to visit Thailand and we found it wonderful.
A: Oh, really? I think almost every European comes to Thai for their holidays. Maybe you were not much interested in Asian countries. They say Thai is a paradise for the backpacker from all over the world. Have you heard of it?
B: Yes. Of course. I love traveling as much as they do. Well, until now I had no time to go abroad. ...
... Bangkok). My homeroom students made me goodbye posters, one from the boys and one from the girls. They were really sweet. The boys' poster basically just said, "I love T. Cait. From, [insert male student name here]" while the girls wrote a lot of loving notes saying things like, “You are our second mother.” They made me tear up a little…and then the kids came over and asked me to open up all their bags of chips and candies for them (they ...
... to me. When he noticed that I was waiting for som tam, he looked shocked and said, “Teacher, you can eat?” The best thing about the whole experience though, was the random Thai waitress-who knows a little English and tries to practice with me when I come-who stood close enough to listen in but not so close as to be rude.
Then the next day at school I got high praise from one of the P3 Thai teachers. She looked me up and ...
So apparently I might be tutoring all my students outside of school as well. We’ll see.
I asked the students the other day to explain the difference between kru and ajarn, both Thai words for “teacher”. I’ve heard them used and could never figure out the distinction. They explained that kru takes care of the students all the time and cares for them while ajarn ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking