Ao Thong Beach Restaurant and Bungalow
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... Thailand. It's not known for the mantas but for the whale sharks which some times comes here. Up to now the dive instructor saw it 8 times this season. It is a nice dive spot as it looks like we are swimming in a real life aquarium. We saw for example 2 types of sea horses, pipe fishes, harlequin shrimps which eating sea star legs, 2 broadclub cutter fish, swimming lion fishes, swam of yellow snappers, banded boxer shrimps, swarms ...
Day 9 Mich and I head off like ... Crazy bikers on our scooters ...well Tashs scooter and headin out on the highway !! Scary as **** ...crazy Thai people !! Breakfast at German place back near home Booked for 4 nights to stay next door for my return ...
... see that there was clearly an event on and that there would be no teaching today. It was a scouting day and the children from seven local schools had gathered for a day of activities. The children and teachers alike were dressed in scout uniform and there was a small team of very officious scout leaders organising events. We were offered a coffee and joined the staff under the shelter of a pergola whilst the poor children stood in lines in the blazing sun. We ...
... then got a taxi over to the market a little later.
I noticed that the usual band of young musicians was absent this week. They had always seemed to be drawing the crowds and collecting a lot of money. This clearly hadn't escaped the notice of our orphanage as this week they had brought along their own little band. Ian and Barbara later confirmed that this had raised a lot more money that the sale of the cakes and other produce.
Nicky and I wandered ...
... sleight of hand with a range of metal-ring puzzles. We talked about the removal of his wife’s beach restaurant. The authorities had torn down the premises she had run for years on Bang Niang Beach and she had had to start afresh in new premises on the beach road. Pak was understandably worried about how this would go as, for the first time ever, they would have to pay rent and so would need to clear a minimum figure each month for the business to be viable. The ...