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... 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 ...
... in the scenery. On the first full day we got to go to two beaches. One had a short walk through to a beach on the other side with swings hung in the trees and the second had a longer walk up some large rocks to a lookout. By this point I had major sea legs and felt like I was swaying and going to fall over so climbing was tough! The best island visit by far though was on our third day. We walked from the beach we arrived at through to a beach on the other side. What I saw ...
... to see if I had received any birthday messages. I had four, three of them from computers and one from a real person!
As usual I breakfasted at the German Cafe on Sunday morning. The front page of the Bangkok Post was devoted almost entirely to the new trade agreements which the Thai government had signed with the Chinese, and the new sections of wider gauge railway that the Chinese were going to build for them.
It was a little cloudy again but ideal ...
... back I reached the sea front just in time to enjoy the nearest thing we had yet had to a sunset. Maybe this means that the rainy season has finally run its course and the weather will be drier from now on.
Tomorrow I leave Bang Niang Beach behind and move the short distance into the town, in preparation for resuming teaching duties next week. It has been a most enjoyable few days relaxing by the beach, in no way spoiled by the occasional downpour.
... their plates. James however seemed to be at the end of his tether with them and was rather irritable and rude.
For the first time in a long while my alarm was set for an early get up on Wednesday. We gathered at the office at 8.30, collected all our material and set off for the “English Camp”. Ken drove us and Sunny came along too. By now we had learned that the number of children attending had fallen from the original estimate of 90 to ...