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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... not feeling any better Gary and Talon went off for a quick breakfast before the decision was made that there was no way we could go on our tour today. Luckily we have been able to reschedule for the same time tomorrow so fingers crossed. We are hoping we don't lose our deposit.
Last night we headed to the Indian banquet at the resort. Zachary was left disappointed as there was no plain rice or butter chicken and his favourite naan was crunchy not soft.
... of my mother’s last years, and the suggestion of what might be just around the corner for me made it uncomfortable reading.
We had some more rain late in the afternoon, this time accompanied by thunder and lightning. It had stopped by the time I went out to eat but all the tourists were armed with their resort supplied rolled umbrellas, just in case. I went to Phuyai Dum for some fish. But they didn’t have any fish and I had to settle ...
... I got there. The turtle volunteers hadnt arrived yet so I was lucky to be alone on the hill for a while, taking in the gorgeous views and thankfully, decent breeze. A Spanish girl, who turned out to be the marine biologist, arrived and soon was subject to my million questions about turtles. She was brilliant and didn't mind at all. In fact, despite not seeing any turtles feeding, I had a great two hours talking turtles, travelling and food with her. Sadly there had been no ...
... got back we were pretty tired so after a full body leech check (we didn't want any of those trapped in the tent with us!) we went to sleep. Day 16 Sleep wasn't the best as we didn't have anything to sleep on. I ended up using my towel which had been a pillow as a duvet and not having a pillow. I was glad too to have my Silksak sleeping bag liner as something to wrap around me. I was grateful though that I hadn't been sleeping in one of the hammocks! Kai had been up most of ...
... their teeth.
The afternoon lessons were with the older children and dragged a little especially when we started the final lesson only to be told by the teacher that the children had already completed that lesson and could we teach something else? We repeated one of the earlier lessons which was much too simple for them really and they were all clearly bored. Eventually it was time to leave and the children presented us each with a handmade Father Christmas.