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Very nice view, good food, nice staff
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... couples. It had been a long day and everyone retired early. Marilyn and I broke open two of the cans of Chang we had brought which were just about drinkable if you added lots of ice. It was lovely however to sit out in front of our hut and stare out across the lake into the pitch darkness whilst listening the the gentle lapping of the water against the boards.
There were a lot of noises in the night which I found rather alarming. The huts all had two ...
Our teaching week started as usual on Tuesday morning at Wat Muang Pratcharam school. We were all wondering if there would be any improvement in the discipline as a result of the ultimatum made by the Germans two weeks ago. It was to be Uli’s last week of teaching. He was looking quite well despite still having stomach problems. The doctor had now put him on a strict diet starting with just water and electrolytes yesterday and today broadening to include boiled ...
... engine strip-down.
The Ford Model A of car 5, Roger and Carolyn Anderson, report all is going well now having replaced the engine timing-gear; Philip Lunnon and Michael Draper in the Jaguar SS100 have repaired a leaky fuel-tank, Martin Egli’s Lagonda has replaced a broken leaf-spring; the VW Beetle of Garrick Staples was looking for the kind of bolts that hold the steering column to ...
... volunteer who will be joining us. He had arrived in Khao Lak just an hour earlier, after an overnight flight from Frankfurt. He seemed keen to get started but Ken persuaded him to take it easy today and start on Friday instead.
At Fai Tha school we watched as the children marched into school accompanied by the school band, and then started on our three lessons. The children were all a little excited today as preparations were under way for ...
... over, gathering all the children together and finishing the day with some singing and dancing. I refused steadfastly to get involved, but the youngsters were persuaded to join in with the “Banana” song, a new favourite of Sunny’s which the children seemed to love but which was rather raunchy and it was difficult to see how it contributed much to their understanding of English.
I had really enjoyed my first day back and left ...