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... I had a snack at Green Beach Cafe (which I was relieved to see had not been pulled down) and then walked along the sand to my favourite spot under the trees for an afternoon’s reading. It was lovely. At this early stage of the tourist season everywhere was still spotlessly clean and I had acres of sand to choose from. Nang Thong beach’s area of sunbeds and beach bars had been just a little further along the beach. But they had now all ...
... Lauren is pretty scared of elephants so I held her hand whilst she received her kiss, their power is so apparent as you're stood next to them. They really could freak out at any moment, it's quite intimidating. We then washed the elephant in the river and scratched him with rocks which he seemed to love, we were soaked as it kept spraying us. The river was quite rough so it was hard to stand still whilst being paranoid the elephant was going to roll onto me! We then had a cuddle ...
... 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 ...
... having successfully extinguished the fire.
Ellen, the Brazilian policewoman, was staying in the budget bungalows at Phu Khao Lak and so we had dinner together in the restaurant there. We were joined by Steph, the girl from Newcastle and had a pleasant evening.
Thursday went a lot better at the school. Josh and I had to move into the open assembly hall for our first lesson. We had nowhere to secure our teaching boards and it amused the ...
... the “I don’t like….“ board that at any of the other classes we had taught.
I am slowly getting to know some of the children at the orphanage. Many have Western names such as Cindy, Ocean, Steve and James, as well their original Thai names. In the cafe there is an interesting scrapbook about the children which describes their backgrounds. Most people imagine that they were all orphaned after the tsunami but many of them ...