Baan Khaolak Resort
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... 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 know last year, arrived from the airport with his wife for their annual 5 month winter stay and we chatted for a while.
It has become something of a tradition for me to eat at Chong Fah Restaurant, on the edge of the beach, on first and last nights, and at this early stage of the season I had no difficulty in getting a table there for dinner. I had an excellent yellow pork curry with rice and a bottle of beer. I was pleased to see that the prices seemed not to ...
... later we arrived at Bamboo Rafting which is a really popular attraction in Thailand! The rafts are literally a row of bamboo tied together. Thai people more often than not seem to live where they work, especially places like this one. Whilst waiting to get on a raft there was a lot of commotion on the other side of the stream as a Thai woman started screaming. We soon realised that one of their straw huts was on fire, the woman was at the time bathing 2 young children in the stream ...
... rice, vegetables, curry and fish from the lake itself. We then relaxed (for once) sunbathed and jumped off the peer several times. Yuri also taught me how todo a backflip and got some pretty cool photos. We then took a 20 minute journey back to the dock where I got 3 icecreams and a fanta as I had low good sugar. We then took the bus to the monkey temple where we stopped off and got bananas for them. I fed a few and they climbed up on me and also got ...
... spacious open-sided hall. Their English teacher was getting them in the mood for English Camp with some games and songs. His English appeared to be very good and he was certainly not lacking in enthusiasm and energy, quite a contrast with most of the Thai teachers of English. He had already split the children into four groups and once the volunteers arrived each group presented themselves to us and performed a song and a dance.
Each of the four pairs ...