Town In Town Hotel Pattaya
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... Khao Yai please contact me for Jays information.
When I got back from vacation it was time to put my head to
the grindstone again, something that I know very well. After various trips to
Pattaya and Bangkok I talked to my parents about maybe coming home for 10 days
in December. The talks went rather smooth and ended up working out really well.
As I sit in London Heathrow currently waiting for my flight to BKK I cant say
... than usual about them speaking Thai, and they will lose points if I hear them. This makes listening to them cheer each other on a lot more entertaining.
After I had to remind them of the rule, the kids were really trying to only speak in English. Best was at the board writing for his team, and Non was getting agitated that Best wasn’t moving as quickly as his competition. In frustration, he called out, “Are ...
... then I’ll donate it to the next teacher to come to this school. I’d hate for her to waste her money on something I don’t really want. But she seemed pretty determined.
I asked my kids what they’ll be doing over our 10 day break from school. One girl told me that she’s going to another province. Then she leaned forward and whispered to me, “Only for five days, but I will miss you.”
... To which he said, "No teacher, I mango and banana." He had me there. I had no choice but to say, "You're right, now I don't want to drink that." And all the kids laughed. I was impressed that he remembered my dislike for bananas and could be so clever in his silliness.
This term is starting out well so far. My homeroom kids have definitely gotten naughtier since Teacher Rujiwan retired, but ...
... itself being this expensive for NOTHING. I understand paying a little more for a nice island experience but this was like a floating trash-heap in a lot of ways. As we were sitting by the docks, we noticed all of those Russian folks that were on the ferry with us heading back on the ferry. We realized that they are day-trippers and that no one but Thais actually stay on the island (and the Thais probably get a good deal) and everyone else goes back to much ...