Amandara Island Resort
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... by the lake instead. The rest of us took the longtail boat again for a 15 minute transfer to the start of the hike.
We were climbing from the start and it wasn’t easy going. The narrow path took us through dense jungle and so we were not troubled by the direct heat of the sun but it was humid and we were soon sweating as we clambered up over the roots of enormous iron wood trees. Our guide stopped from time to time to tell us about some of ...
... well as our own and then we all watched the lads playing football until it was time for the last lesson.
We were astonished to find all the children already sitting at their desks when we arrived. The teacher smiled triumphantly at us and then left us to it. Within minutes things were deteriorating and before long most of the boys had either left the class or been thrown out by Uli and Martin. The girls were good however and I thought the lesson went pretty well. ...
... and Ken bought pens and pencils for all the children.
When we arrived at the school we added our contributions to the piles of gifts arranged on trestle tables on either side of the hall. Chairs were found for the four of us and we settled down to watch the dancing that had just begun. The children were not in their school uniform today. The youngest of the girls were in party dresses and the older ones in skimpy denim shorts worn over tight leggings. Many of ...
... to teach, two on ”clothing” and one, for an older class on “comparisons”. Anton took charge and was quite a keen disciplinarian. He used the blackboard a lot more than I was used to doing last year and he placed a lot more importance on the children writing all the vocabulary down in their workbooks, which he marked at the end of the lesson. I had been led to believe that the emphasis in our classes should be on listening and speaking ...
... 3x4m, each has a couple of benches and a TV. In addition to this location, you can also walk another block, to see where the rescue boat ended up. It's not an experience you can easily forget.
It is well worth taking the time to visit this humble museum and to pay your respects to the thousands of lives lost in this awful tragedy. The museum itself is a collection of photos and information downstairs with videos playing on a loop in three upstairs ...