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... Boy as he didn't know whether he should be resting even more to cure his Idiopathic Hypersomnia or this was aggravating his condition.
He finally decided he would sleep on the problem.
Chef Jib was in the bar area brewing up a new cocktail which she shared with them to try. It was a delicious and refreshing iced tea which was going to ...
... the road split up and explore the market. We buy scarves for the girls, photo albums and a few knick knacks. Some of the people are very pleasant to barter with but some are very pushy and mean. We meet up with Steve and Virginia and enjoy a beautiful banana pancake before catching another taxi into Khao Lak . Here we do the foot thing in the pool with the little fish, it tickles!!! Stave and Virginia collect the suit they have into town for ...
... road, we pulled over and asked if we could take some photos which he agreed. This was the first time Sue and Ray had been this close to an elephant, we were so pleased we got to witness it! We took many photos and the mahout took some for us too. We asked the Mahout where he was taking his elephant, her name was Sanporn, to which he told us he was taking her for a bath in the river. After asking if it was ok, we ...
... 8217;d been to Tarzan Bar that they thought I’d gone home without saying goodbye.
I took Marilyn to White Sand Beach on Tuesday and she loved it. We set off at 9.00 to make sure of getting some sunbeds at my favourite spot, the Boatyard Restaurant. My usual taxi driver was not around and so I had to explain to a new one that we wanted to go to the Boatyard. Off we went but got no further than Bang Niang before he turned off the main road. After ...
... It was interesting that they both spoke quietly and yet the children still listened to them and responded well. It shows that you don’t necessarily need the loud, dictatorial approach adopted by my recent colleagues. With the older children we did “Food Containers” again. The two girls really enjoyed it and didn’t make a single critical remark all morning. What a lovely change! They tucked into the lunch we shared with the teachers and even ...