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... full time. We were however not the only people staying the night. There was the usual Japanese and Chinese tour groups you see in NZ though this place seemed slightly out of their comfort zone, having to wear life jackets while swimming. Given we only had electricity between 6pm and 11pm here, we were all in bed by 11. Also maybe something to do with the fact we been drinking whiskey since lunchtime! Day 5 lesson learned: trying to jump on a rolling log in the rain is not ...
... to camp on the beach there having convinced herself that “lightning never strikes twice................”! In fact when Japan suffered their tsunami Sheila wasn't directly affected, but she had gone immediately to volunteer her help with the recovery. She said that, although the loss of life wasn’t so great there, the devastation was far worse than anything she saw in Thailand.
It was back to the pool again for the afternoon and then in ...
... and then the whole bag. We were outraged. We explained to him that he shouldn't have done that as it will probably make him aggressive and he shouldn't feed him as he's a wild animal. He tried to take the bag off the monkey and it screamed and became aggressive. He left very quickly.
One of the younger ones liked playing with my trekking stick. I was stood taking some pictures and hadn't realised I was getting closer to the older one ...
... are still under repair.
Like Ao Nang, Khao Lak caters for the package holiday and those seeking a higher standard than we're used to and have been budgeting for, as a result there's not much of a backpacker scene. Most buildings are new or renovated following the disaster.
Despite the name, The Youth Club caters for all, even the over 30's. Its about the cheapest place in town at 400 baht per room per night and for that you get ...
... What they hadn’t reckoned with though was our secret weapon - Lesley! With her 10 years of teaching experience, Lesley swung into action and had them sorted out in no time. Her voice, in no way matching her tiny stature, commanded attention from most of the children and the real troublemakers were brought to sit on the floor at the front of the class. Several of the big boys were even reduced to tears. She was also adept at recognising when they ...