The Andamania Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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After a reasonable sleep (not really) we set out for breakfast at the Terrace Restaurant. The Terrace Restaurant is one of two breakfast options the resort provides. The Buffet had a large assortment of both Thai and western food. I choose to have fried rice for breakfast as well as an assortment of freshly squeezed fruit juices. We will try the other breakfast option tomorrow as this restaurant has a visit from the resorts baby elephant at 8.00am! ...
... group there were some younger pupils who were struggling a little.
For lunch we joined the Thai teachers for rice with spicy pork, and chicken soup. Amongst their number were a couple of teachers from Wat Muang Pratcharam School whom I knew very well. Some of the girls in the first class after lunch were very good but not so the boys. They all wore labels around their necks on which they had written their nicknames. One of the very slow boys was ...
... of the jungle all around us. We spent some dodgy minutes getting kayak selfies before paddling back to our tents for more swimming.
After lunch we bid farewell to Andy and Gemma who were staying on the lake another night and took a longtail back to the pier. Here we separated into different minibuses depending on where we were heading so said goodbye to Paul and Rachel and Bamboo, who had been a very sweet, knowledgeable and hilarious guide. We got a bus to Khao Lak ...
... and as usual we arrived in time to watch the children at their morning fitness routine on the playing field. They then marched into school to the accompaniment of the school band.
The day’s lessons went well, and the children were animated but fairly well behaved. Overnight, Uli had been worrying about the Thai children’s reluctance to pronounce the consonants at the end of a word, particularly the “s” in a plural word. (This ...
There were some new faces amongst the children and I was also surprised to see how some of them had grown up since last year. Tiny little Nam Kao was no longer the youngest and she had been superseded in her role as everybody’s darling by newcomer little Wah Wah. We did a short class on “Shapes” with them and then finally travelled back to Khao Lak. By the time we had repaired some of the material and had photocopied more worksheets ...