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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Claire is from Australia and is traveling on her own. She is really cute and lovely and wanted to go to the park so we invited her to do the tour with us and so we matched our dates to come here.
The next day we departed with just an overnight bag to one of the most beautiful places i have ever seen. We started with a boat ride that drove us to our accommodation for the night. You will see in the pictures that we stayed on a floating bungalow (ours is the one that ...
... until given a banana or some other sort of reward. Only then could they be persuaded to go up another tree. After a couple of hours there were literally hundreds of coconuts on the ground.
I met Phil at his hotel, The Sands, at 4.30pm and we took a taxi over to Bang Niang. We were going to visit the market, of course, but first had a look at the Police Boat, now one of Khao Lak’s landmarks. This was the boat that was guarding the ...
... hotel, swam in pool, chilled out in room.
Left about 4 and walked along beach and found a restaurant and had juice and dinner. Teiw Son restaurant. Worst burger ever. Thankfully the juice and the view made up for it. Walked back bought more juice from local lady, sat and watched sunset.
... fun. There was a wide range of abilities in each group but with four of us working together it was reasonably easy to control the naughty ones and give some attention to and encourage the more able students. It is a regular practice for the clever ones who finish their worksheets first to pass them onto the slower ones to copy. It's hard to get cross with them as they just see it as helping each other. Alejandro and Lym, both photographers, had brought ...
... lessons today. Victor ended the class by playing a couple of tunes for the children on his “quatro”, a four stringed Venezuelan instrument similar to a ukelele.
Then we collected all our paraphernalia and set off for the weekly visit to the ”Home & Life Orphanage”. There is a pleasant café and gift shop at the orphanage and as we had arrived before the children were back from school we had time for a drink and ...