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Very nice view, good food, nice staff
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... We would be teaching not children but the local police! Since we had first heard about it we had been amusing ourselves by thinking up the sorts of vocabulary and phrases that would be appropriate. It was disappointing therefore to learn that it had been cancelled at the last minute.
So we had a free week ahead of us. Marilyn and I had one or two things planned but thought we’d spend Monday morning making a start on preparations for the ...
... had just finished Uni and were travelling for 6 weeks before taking up their first positions as English teachers when the new term started in May. They were quietly spoken and very excited. I was so glad to be able to take them on their first day’s teaching rather than have Martin give them instructions. We were at Fai Tha school and as usual the children were assembled on the playing field. I had told the girls to expect some music and dancing but today we had ...
... I found a sunbed and settled down to read for a while. This end of the beach had in years gone by been Keith and my favourite spot. Where the road ran out there was little apart from palm trees and a dozen or so sunbeds at Nong Prew Beach Bar. It has developed a lot recently and there are now several beach bars, half a dozen massage businesses and a row of concrete bungalows under construction. It has become much too crowded for my taste and no longer the draw ...
... good but again the execution was a bit shoddy. It was full of stray dogs enjoying the shade it offered.
At the market I watched a group of young musicians for a while and then went and chatted to the Home and Life Orphanage team at their bakery stall. I bought some fresh fruit, a plastic container in which to store my biscuits and then flopped at the Blah Blah bar for my usual mango shake.
I very often went to the beach to eat ...
... phobia of rats).
The highlight of our stint in the jungle had to be the night safari. If I am honest Alex and I were both a little apprehensive about entering the jungle at night to face who knows what in the dark. We prepared as best we could by dressing head to toe, wrist to ankle including our sturdy walking boots and then sprayed any remaining exposed skin with pungent deet mosquito repellent. We were each issued ...