Yao Yai Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Mari, my Welsh colleague of last week, was supposed to have been joining them but at the eleventh hour had decided to go off to Chiang Mai with her mates instead. Ken was not amused as he now had to cancel one of the schools.
On my way home I’d planned to stop off for a nightcap at Sakai Bar. Before I even reached it I could see a large group of people assembled there and someone waving at me. It was Russell with all the new volunteers. I ...
... going to be teaching older children today. Most of them were aged around 15. I was a bit nervous about this as I had no experience of teaching secondary school children and Rebecca was a bit nervous as it had become apparent the day before that all the older boys had fallen for her. In fact they were a joy to teach and much better behaved than the younger children. We were teaching comparatives and superlatives which was a bit boring but the classes went ...
... for 1.5 hours. A light refreshment of a beer and a cocktail on the beach before getting ready to go out for dinner. We had our usual, Peta's is Massaman curry and mine is Pad Thai. Very yummy. We also booked our next resort in Koh Phangan for 4 nights along with the cab to the ferry port and the fast ferry to the island. We have also booked flights to Bangkok and Siem Reap. So far it has been 3 days since Peta has had a massage! Should I be getting ...
... sizeable in this part of Thailand, with Malaysia only a few hundred kilometres away. This village wasn't too special. We saw a couple of gibbons that were family pets of one of the shops, otherwise there is a school with kids already trained to ask tourists for money, a hospital and a market selling the exact same items as ...
... getting up singing and dancing; I'm all for letting your hair down and having a laugh but they were so drunk. The singer finished and we all left. They were still wanting another drink but we left them to it and walked back to our hotel.
On our last day we got a taxi to one of the local waterfalls; it wasn't brilliant as they've not had any rain for a while. The taxi driver dropped us off on the road and we walked to Pakweeb ...