Luckanawadee Boutique Beach Resort
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... Talon who climbed into bed and went to sleep (it's been 1 1/2 hours!) whilst Gary and Zachary hit our pool.
Tonight we are heading back to the Terrace for the special Thai buffet (that's if Talon wakes up!). If the curries are as hot as the Tamarind Prawn one I had for lunch I will need to down another litre of water! Meaning lots of waking up through the night!
My plan after dinner is to have a relaxing bath and read my kindle as I have finished ...
... at the schools. After introducing ourselves to the assembled children we divided into the four teams and took up our teaching positions. Steph, the Welsh girl, was working with Sunny, and Ken would be teaching with Monica. Poor old Sue had to work on her own.
Marilyn and I set up our boards in a corner of the main hall and got started on our lesson which was today “Thai Road Signs”. We would teach the same lesson four times to ...
... for a couple of beers at Ska Bar I was asked to suggest an eating place but wherever I recommended, Sheila had had a bad experience there. We ended up at Orchid Cafe where everyone was reasonably satisfied with their meal. From there we went to Monkey Bar. The talk was mostly about the “old days” of the tsunami volunteers. The resident singer at Monkey Bar wasn’t bad but then he passed the mike to a ukulele playing tourist who was awful! I am ...
... development plans for the organisation. They have nearly finished building a new bakery and he was organising catering equipment, improving the signage on the main road for the coffee shop and also setting up an internet room for them.
On the journey home Martin and Uli talked about next week when Russell would be back at work in the UK and I would be off on my trip to Cambodia. They commented that the children would be taught English only by Germans. I ...
... be salted dried whitebait. In fact what looked like a coating of salt on the fish turned out to be a coating of sugar - rather odd. We met a German visitor who ran a foundation in Germany to support this school. He visited each year he told us to check that the funds were being used appropriately.
The classes for the older children after lunch went more smoothly and, as usual, in each class there were a small number of bright pupils, generally girls, ...