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- Swimming pool
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... to White Sand Beach on Wednesday but woke up feeling poorly and so spent the morning on my verandah. The recent rains seem to have heralded a change of season for the wildlife and the coconut grove was alive with creatures scurrying here there and everywhere. Geckos and lizards abounded and I saw my first iguana this year. There were squirrels scampering up into the palm trees as well as lots of small chipmunk-type animals chasing each other in circles. And ...
... Each tent had their own kayak at the front so you could get straight into this or dive off your front deck into the lake. Another welcome drink was had and it was time for lunch! A jungle trek was set for the afternoon and at first we were all up for it. However, a big lunch and the burning heat of the afternoon, plus the threat of some tough walking put us off and after the other English couple admitted laziness, we decided to decline as well. Part of me felt we should have done ...
RESULTS DAY 10 : http://www.endurorally.com/pages/road-t o-mandalay-results10
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
We left the comforts of our fine beach hotel after a late breakfast and set about striking off another 350 kilometres, crossing the country and we're now on the East side of Thailand, steadily zig-zagging our way northwards.
... see the water as everything was covered in a light mist. You can see from the photographs how atmospheric it was. We saw some Dusky Languars and Gibbons, sea eagles and horn bills which look like toucans. They were in the trees fairly far away so excuse the fuzzy pics please, it was just fantastic to see them in the wild like that.
Back to the floating guest house for breakfast of pancakes with bananas and pineapple, having a final swim in the ...
... occasionally sneaked shy glances in our direction.
We were teaching “Vegetables” to the first two classes, again with mixed results. For the third and older group we did “Comparisons”. It was to be Anton’s last day and he bade farewell to the staff and children after the usual tasty lunch. After having sweet fish yesterday, we were given sweet peas today, a dessert dish of very green peas in some sort of sugary sauce.