The Leaf By Katathani
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... laugh and added an extra dimension for testing their learning. At the end of the first lesson Ken had to return to the office to collect some material that we had forgotten to bring but by that time Sunny had arrived and so she taught with me for the rest of the day. Having a Thai speaker alongside me was an advantage particularly in the last two classes in which we were presenting “Southern Thailand : Local Provinces and Islands”. I had taught that ...
... standing alone by myself. Afterwards, I tried reading some of the materials they suggested but didn't last long with the swaying of the boat. It was either I continue reading and barf or call it a night and get ready for next morning. Easy decision.
The 3 days on board were amazing. Each morning at 6am, one of the the crew would walk by the rooms, knocking on each door to signal breakfast time. This was the only hard part, not because ...
... rice wrapped in banana leaves.
When driving to and from Khao Lak along the twisting “mountain” road. We always keep an eye open for one of Khao Lak’s local characters. He is often to be seen walking along the road or standing on the roof of the derelict building where he lives. He perpetually holds one arm out in front of him and wiggles his fingers. The story goes that he has never recovered from the loss of his wife and daughter ...
... pad thai, finishing the rather good book I was reading and rounding the day off with an excellent massage. Back at my bungalow I logged onto the Internet to see what news I could find of the elections. They seemed to have passed off well in the rural north and east where the majority of the government support lay, in Bangkok there had been some disruption but here in the south, the heartland of the opposition support, all elections had been cancelled. ...
... at 12.30 I have got into the habit of having a big breakfast. The other two had done the same and so we all struggled to eat enough of it to avoid being impolite.
After lunch we wandered around and took some photos of the children. Many of the girls had their party frocks on and had been allowed to wear make up and jewellery. A busy beauty salon was operating in the shade of the trees where the girls made up each other’s faces. Some even ...