Lah Own Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... way waiting to leave and so we were soon on the road back to Khao Lak. The rain didn’t amount to much and back in Khao Lak we learned that it had been dry all day there. I had enjoyed our little excursion even though there had been no market. Nicky and Sue were both good company and Sue’s knowledge of the area made her a particularly interesting person to talk to.
Back home I decided to have a cup of tea before going for a dip in the pool to cool ...
... of life in Thailand I thought it a good idea to visit Khao Lak’s one and only ladyboy cabaret show. Phil really didn’t want to go but I insisted and so on Wednesday evening we took a taxi over to Bang Niang where we first dined at Hill Tribes Restaurant where many of the dishes come from northern Thailand and are a bit spicier than usual, and the staff wear traditional hill tribe dress. Then we joined the other tourists gathering at Moo Moo ...
... with us. We discussed Thai food today. One particular dish we were offered was incredibly spicy and defeated all of us but they have promised that next week they will cook something special for us.
After the trials of the morning I was ready for a relaxing afternoon reading on the beach. There was a pleasant breeze and the sea was surprisingly choppy. As I wandered back through Phu Khao Lak Resort to my bungalow I heard the sound of ...
... was flat and so we had another ten minute wait until someone arrived on a motorbike with a battery.
We arrived late at the school but the teacher accepted our apologies gracefully and we went straight into the first lesson. We had warned Ali that the children here were likely to be difficult. Amazingly though the first class behaved really well. It was almost as if they had had a good talking to.
Encouraged by this we headed optimistically ...
... and Vithu for what was to be their last afternoon of teaching. They had bought me some chocolate biscuits as a Christmas present, as well as lots of sweets for the school children. We were going to Tablamu School. I had only taught one lesson there before and so we weren’t sure what to expect but were hoping upon hope that they would be a better bunch than the children we had taught, or attempted to teach, the day before.