The Leaf By Katathani
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... to cup of green tea then a nice stroll along the beach with a cooling dip and back for showers. Then around 9 we are headed for breakfast - this is just a lovely buffet with very friendly helpful staff - the most challenging aspect is how not to over indulge. After breakfast the choice is to laze around the pool or head up the street for shopping or massage. A mid afternoon snack lunch in one of the innumerable ...
... Police Boat T13 and the plan is to sink it on Saturday (with a suitable ceremony planned for spectators on the shore). Over time it is hoped that a reef will develop around the wreck and improve the ecology of the area (as well as providing dive operators with another dive site).
As I walked back through the gardens of Phu Khao Lak that afternoon it was good to see green shoots appearing in the parched brown lawns after the recent rain. There was a good ...
The three days spent teaching at the English Camp had been a rewarding but quite tiring experience and I was glad to have another long weekend ahead of me.
Friday was a day of pottering around. Josh and I had done most of our lesson preparation for next week when we returned from Wat Chang Non school on Thursday afternoon, as Josh was leaving that evening for a weekend in Phuket and Phi Phi Island. There were a few loose ends to attend to though and ...
... New Year. Throughout the day we had heard the occasional spluttering of firecrackers but that was about it. Quite a few of the businesses in the town did appear to be closed though. Along with others, my usual banana pancake stall had disappeared. Traditionally people travelled to be with their families at New Year and so I guess that was where they had gone. There also seemed to be an increase in the number of Asian holidaymakers in town.
... into the classroom half way through a class and, in the final class, six girls just got up and left. (That actually suited us rather well as we hadn’t brought quite enough worksheets for that class.) We suspected they had a valid reason for leaving but without a language in common, there is no way to communicate with them and find out.
Before heading home we had our weekly visit to Home and Life Orphanage. After some excellent coffee and ...