The Kib Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that in future it should be called after her, Sirivannavari Island. That will give all the dive shops and tour agents something to do during the quiet summer months as they’ll have to repaint all their signs offering trips to this very popular island!
Then I took up my customary position on a sunbed at Sunbeach Beach Bar. I had plenty of choice as there were very few other people there. Shade is difficult to come by now that the sun rises high in ...
... the microphone. The first recording was dreadful as you could scarcely hear our croaking voices for the crackling background noise. For the second attempt we switched off all the fans in the room and it was a little better but the microphone was so sensitive it picked up all sorts of extraneous noises from outside. For the third try we switched off the fans and the speakers, shut all the doors, moved the microphone away from any electrical equipment and practically held ...
... group there were some younger pupils who were struggling a little.
For lunch we joined the Thai teachers for rice with spicy pork, and chicken soup. Amongst their number were a couple of teachers from Wat Muang Pratcharam School whom I knew very well. Some of the girls in the first class after lunch were very good but not so the boys. They all wore labels around their necks on which they had written their nicknames. One of the very slow boys was ...
... was a bit sad to think we'll probably never see them again.
Next came a longtail boat journey back to Khuraburi and a Thai style papaya salad packed lunch at the pier, before a nearly 3 hour taxi journey to Phuket airport. Our flight to Bangkok was slightly delayed to start with but then, just before take off, they realised we were missing a passenger and we had to go back! Luckily the situation seemed to be resolved fairly quickly and we made our next flight on time to Chiang ...
... few more kilometers and passed some really cool trees that grew in curvy shapes and some other massive banyan trees. We only saw one small green snake. However, I was starting to become pesking asking when we would see the monkeys. It was not until our way back in the later afternoon that the monkeys came out to play. According to the guide, the monkeys liked to eat a lot in the morning, then they rest during the ...