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Despite the two late night cans of Chang it was a long time before I finally nodded off on Monday night and I awoke with a start at 10.o’clock on Tuesday morning having slept through the alarm which I had set.
There had been evidence of some recent heavy rains as we drove from the airport the previous night but it was a lovely sunny …
The winter had so far been damp but relatively mild. There had been no frosts and there were splashes of colour still in the garden as summer flowers and foliage lingered on. However, on Sunday 23 November, my scheduled departure date, there was a noticeable drop in the temperature. It was decidedly chilly, just the right time for me to be leaving …
... the torches. When you looked behind there was nothing so it was quite scary. Kai spotted a python up high on a ledge sleeping and estimated it to be 4 metres long. We were hoping it would still be there on our way back out! Kai shone the torch over the walls and we saw several HUGE spiders, as big as a hand - yuck!!! As we got further in you could hear noise increasing and a strong smell being emitted...bats! We got right in to the cave and looked up at the wall and roof ...
... us and so we were a team of four when we arrived at Tablamu School, by the naval base. To reach the majority of the classrooms you must climb to the first floor. I had not thought much about this before but learned from Barbara that the original school was completely washed away by the tsunami and so when the school was rebuilt the classsrooms were raised on stilts as a precaution.
Instead of going up to our usual classroom however, we were taken to a different ...
... be followed by a late siesta before venturing out again to a different eating establishment for dinner. It's a tough life we lead, but it does allow us to appreciate how fortunate we are. The weather has been constantly warm with some rain and thunder on most days. It does not interfere in the activities and often brings a cooling effect to everyone's benefit. We look forward to another 4 days before we set off for cooler ...