Khao Lak Nature Resort
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... much longer each lesson should last, but he did not get involved in any teaching himself. On one of his circuits this afternoon he told us that he had had to confiscate some phones. This surprised me as I had not seen any of the children carrying phones until he explained that he had confiscated them from his team of young “ teachers”!
After the now familiar school photo and certificate award ceremony we waved farewell and set off back. ...
... I realize that this name sounds familiar to me. Here the tsunami was the worst in Thailand and many videos were shown on television or even to find on the inernet today. Today you do not see much of it anymore. Only a military ship that was washed into three kilometers inside the country, reminded of the terrible time.
When I fill in the diary, I realize that today we ...
... 5mm suit would be too hot.
Brett took us back to the hotel on a luggage bike and grabbed the bags then we checked out of the hotel and made our way back to Wicked Diving. We got them to book another nights accom and transfers back to the airport for our return.
Just after 12 we decided to go back to Phu Khao Lak Restaurant for some lunch. Dylan had curry fish and I had a Hawaiian pizza. I had a yummy mixed berry smoothie and ...
... a light breeze got up by mid afternoon but I was still more than ready for a refreshing dip in the hotel pool after my walk back.
We left at 9.00am on Tuesday morning for the half hour drive to Lampee School. The new girls were subdued and looked rather nervous. There was no formal welcome or assembly when we arrived at the school. With just 40 pupils at the moment (most have already left to return to Burma for the school holidays) the teachers put them ...
... crisps and the next minute he was chasing me with his teeth bared, his hand out trying to grab my leg making an awful noise. Darren was quick and put the stick between the monkey and me as we made a hasty retreat. It was scary stuff. My legs turned to jelly and heart was pounding. Monkey's can carry rabies and other diseases so I really didn't want to be bitten by one. I could have killed that stupid tourist who'd given the monkey the ...
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