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Very nice view, good food, nice staff
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... like some exercise when I got back to Khao Lak and so went for a long walk along the beach. It was a beautiful afternoon with no hint of the cloud and sticky humidity of the last few days. Hopefully we had seen the last of the rain.
And the evening too was a good one. I had arranged to meet the two other volunteers who had been out at a village school all week, Victoria, a 40 something lawyer from London with boundless enthusiasm for everything and Steph ...
... As a young member of the Civil Defence Corps he had offered his services as a stretcher bearer at Aberfan. He carried out the children’s bodies, wrapped in blankets, from their place of discovery and took them to a central point where he then had to wait whilst the bodies were unwrapped before taking the blankets back to the emergency rescue team. He also, some years later, volunteered his services in a hunt for two missing children in Wolverhampton, turning up with ...
... and she scoffed at my feeble excuse and told me she walked there regularly. As I considered myself a fairly good walker this sounded like a challenge I couldn’t ignore and so, later that morning, I swapped my flip flops for some slightly sturdier sandals and set off along the main road.
It was very hot as I wound my way along the twisting road pausing every so often to take photos of the views. After a couple of miles I reached the ...
... next time... On towards the Singapore Gems and Metal Centre. It started raining on our way here, and there were roadworks too so it took a bit longer and we arrived at 10:45.
Here they had amazing artworks made out of all kinds of semi precious stones. There was an awesome castle, a world map with each country made from its predominant stone and beautiful pictures. Back on the bus by 11:05.
Dylan and my last ...
... and watching the lights of the fishing boats out at sea and the occasional good luck lantern floating into the sky.
Later, back in Khao Lak, we had a couple of beers before I waved Phil off in his transport back to The Sands, tonight a motorcycle and side-car taxi!
It was another clear, hot day on Sunday and the beach flags were back to green, denoting calmer sea conditions. I collected Phil from the beach side of The Sands and we ...