The Leaf By Katathani
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... taken aback by the behaviour of the four students who had consistently turned down the food offered to them at the school and rudely walked the streets of what was a small provincial town snacking on fast food from 7 Eleven and swigging beer out of bottles. Ken was in a good mood though as he had received a call from one of the village schools where he regularly sends volunteers to say that they had just had their end of term results and were delighted as the school, ...
... The world largest flower - Rafflesia arnoldii can also be found in Khao Sok National Park. Sadly the flower wasn't open so we never got to see it. There is a ceramic model of one in the park's entrance - it was the closest we got to one.
We got back to the park entrance and signed ourselves out of the park. As we were leaving we saw another giant beetle. We had a very late lunch and headed back to the bungalow for a very welcome shower and a ...
... up quite a collection of billets-doux and a regular admirer of his, a little 9 year old girl, presented him with her second “I Love You” card in as many weeks. We were both pretty drained at the end of the four lessons but Kobin, the driver, stopped at a roadside stall on the way back and purchased some banana fritters to cheer us up, and I had Phil’s arrival to look forward to later in the day.
He was looking remarkably fresh after ...
... That is when the mayhem on my verandah starts. Attracted to the light a daily procession of kamikaze moths, beetles and crickets come crashing against the glass doors. Some fall fatally wounded to the floor, other live to fly another day and others come face to face with Gordon, my resident gargantuan gecko.
Gordon lurks in the rafters and is big! I was surprised by his size (geckos usually being fairly small and nifty) until I watched what ...
By the end of my week’s holiday I felt rested and ready to resume my teaching activities.
On Friday I called into the office to begin preparations for the first classes of the new term. Ken seemed a little despondent and the office was in a mess with teaching materials all over the place and also mixing bowls and baking tins left around after the mince pies were cooked for the Christmas Dinner. He was clearly missing Sunny, his ...