River Kwai Village (Jungle Resort)
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... an hour; we had a few laughs (and so did ticklish Mick). Over to a bar for a few big Changs (Scott had a Mai Tai) and we did a bit of people watching on the Soi. We tried a guessing game of one young lady’s age and all lost – Mick thought she was 18; I said 20 – she was indeed 28. 'Jabba' was energetic.
Called it a night after a few Chang long necks and back to the Felix.
Your ‘Coke in a bag’ specialist;
... celebrated it!)
I then loaded about 10 kids in the boot of the Pajero and me and Auf did a taxi drop off around the region. Great fun.
We met Eddie and the boys at a restaurant in town and enjoyed a few beers. Great times to hear the stories of Andy's team and also Eddie and his passion to give something back through his skills and experience.
Really amazing and sad day...a real roller coaster.
The morning was a hectic one. I had a business case presentation that lasted from 9am to 11am for a role in Bangkok but I had to be at the charity office that I was supporting at 8.30am. Good Horton planning. The charity is called gift of happiness www.gohappiness.org
Eddie is the owner. He has been a children's entertainer under the pseudonym clown ekkie for his career. He's now in his 60's but just loves the idea of ...
... when they're coming and you just push them away. I didn't spend long in here, it was tiring. We fed the, bottled milk for lunch too, you have to hold them like a baby and they hold the milk bottle between their front paws and use their back claws to keep it upright. Next we fed the lions... The naughtiest of the lot! They are only young but they are still pretty big. You hold the bottle upright and they sit up and drink..my lion decided it had had enough and went to bite my ...
... and the 'school' is more of a run - down wooden hut on the side of the road. As clichè as this sounds it honestly makes you realise how much we take for granted - the children have nothing and the guides were telling us that sometimes their families struggle to eat. They are all aged between 3-10 and they are so adorable. Their English is not great but we had the child care co-ordinator and the guides who could translate simple things. We were ...