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We flew out from Melbourne on the 6th October
just after midnight on Malayasian Airlines, quick stop in KL & then onto
Phuket. We found Malayasian Airlines fine, except for the horrible food. All
flights left on time & the service was fine.
Exitted the airport at Phuket & our driver from Cheaper_khaolak< …
... speed boat and headed to Panak Island as our 2nd stop. At Panak Island we all got off the speed boast into canoes and little Thai men canoed us through the caves and out into a large opening in the middle of the island. We saw bats in the cave and a walking fish. Shannen and I had a canoe man called Dahoot; he didn’t speak very good English but Ruby and Denice had a very happy, talkative canoe man. His name was Nood and he ...
... to pack up our few belongings and head back to the real world again. It was very hot on the boat going back and the journey seemed even longer as we were taken to a particularly scenic area known as “Guilin” after the Chinese region of limestone karsts.
Our taxi driver was waiting for us at Ban Ta Khun and in less than two hours we were back in the bustle of Khao Lak. It felt as if we had been away for ages, instead of just one night. What a good trip it had been!
... and then met the other two at the office at 3.00pm. We arrived at Home and Life before the children were back from school and so had time for a drink in the coffee shop and a browse of the album they have there giving a potted history of each of the 26 children. Our lesson was on colours and days of the week, the two subjects going well together as the Thai days of the week each have a corresponding colour. Uli wanted to take lots of photos and so we had to finish the ...
... luck would have it I found myself in the close vicinity of a coffee and cake shop. It dried up later and so I was able to finish the evening under the stars at Ska Bar.
Normally we teach at Koh Nok School on a Friday afternoon. As it was Children’s Day, however, there would be no lessons for the children this week. The school had kindly invited us to go along in the morning anyway and watch the day’s activities. I purchased some bags of sweets for us ...