Khaolak Golden Place
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... had actually been beneficial.
We are taking it in turns to buy dinner. It was my turn to pay on Sunday night and we went to one of Khao Lak’s cheaper restaurants (pure coincidence) where we dined on some very tasty noodles with prawns and chicken. With a couple of beers and a tip the bill came to just over £5! Later at the Tarzan Bar we were pleasantly surprised to see that the League Cup Final, featuring Manchester City, was being shown on ...
... at 12. Left at 1pm on
longtail again an uncomfortable ride back, we had a 4wd waiting to drive us to Khao Lak, took about an hour and a half, luckily we knew where our hotel was, so we could direct the driver.
Checked in and showered, then walked up main rd later for dinner, found a little local restaurant, Orchid Café. Great juices from the tattoo/juice place next door.
... morning at the office I learned that she was still in Khao Lak and was going to fly directly back to the UK from Phuket on Thursday with Qatar Airways.
On Wednesday we leave at midday for three classes at Tablamu School. Alejandro cried off and so we were down to a team of two, Lym the newly arrived Australian, and me. We had a great afternoon. The children were lively but receptive. The final class is usually with the oldest group, the ...
As usual I had a very pleasant weekend.
I decided against joining the youngsters on Friday night. They were all off to the Happy Snapper club (or as Sunny, Ken‘s Thai assistant, calls it the Snappy Happer). Victor the Venezuelan musician had returned unexpectedly, for another week of teaching, and was going to be playing there. I chatted to him for a while before they left for the club, and we talked about the recent news of the murder in Venezuela ...
... It was just as bad as I remembered, if not worse. We had four lessons to take with 10 and 11 year olds, two lessons on “days and months” and two lessons on “baby animals”. They were large classes and each session was a continuous struggle to get the children seated at their desks and quiet. We were told that this was their last school day before “scout camp” which was why they were particularly hyperactive. We ...