The Kib Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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The next two classes were on “My Family”. This subject has only recently been reintroduced in the schools after the devastating loss of life caused by the tsunami. So the lesson pack included some new photos and we were amused to recognise the family as that of Kobin, the taxi driver. When I showed Kobin later that we had been using his photograph in our classes I succeeded, for the first time ever, in getting a smile out of him. He is ...
... How I missed it the first time I really don’t know.
The German Cafe was very busy on Sunday morning but luckily not many of the customers can have been English speaking as no one was reading the Bangkok Post. Today’s front page had an article about the tsunami memorials but the main story was the flooding in the extreme south of the country.
I did some supermarket shopping, went to a photographic shop to get some passport photos done and ...
... and I headed for the beach after lunch where I spent a very pleasant few hours. Between bouts of reading on my kindle I lay on my back on the warm sand and, lulled by the sound of the sea, watched the clouds scudding across the sky and the swallows circling overhead. I had a very brief debate with myself as to whether I would rather be there, or amongst the last minute Christmas shoppers at the Trafford Centre.
Before returning home I felt I needed to have an ...
... such a good meal a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed the same dish - stir fried fish and ginger. I returned to Khao Lak for my evening’s beers and sat by the main road at Ska Bar. This was a mistake as there was a constant stream of big bikes cruising up and down. The deep throbbing of their engines soon started to give me a headache.
On Sunday I awoke to grey skies and drizzle. It was more like England than Thailand (apart from it being ...
... past some small guest houses and rooms. I came out on the main highway, further north than I usually ventured. Walking back towards the centre I noticed the golden spires of a new temple just off the main road. I turned up a side road and found myself in the temple grounds. The temple was still under construction. A monk hurried over to greet me and opened up a small side room for me to see their Thai Buddha and then a larger temple in which was housed a more ...