Baan Tai Villas
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... him 2 villages away. It's the grumpiest waiter ever cracking a smile and asking after my day when I see him on his way home while I'm picking the kids up. It's meant me hunting down swimming classes, kids ballet lessons, yoga and Zumba. It's a community of expats who rallied round to try and find us a bigger house, or offered lifts. Or a community of locals who all have their tips for Ruperts rash, and who all greet the kids with hugs and kisses and 'you remember me? ...
... team won 5-4 so he was buzzing whilst I was the only cheerleader on the beach fending off stray dogs that we're trying to steal joes hat (mum - I promise I didn't stroke them but it was hard when a puppy and a big dog started play fighting on my feet) Later that night we stumbled in to a traditional Thai kitchen and stumbled upon some friends for life! Who would of thought our big gobs and rough accents would of paid off...they overheard us and the wrest is history! We ...
... br> The rental agreement said I had until 10am the next morning to return the scooter. I was nervous, scared and embarrassed to face the kid manning the store counter next door to our guesthouse. Should we return it at night, when it might be harder for him to see? Should we wait until tomorrow morning to buy a nail filer and try to hide the damage? Should we ditch the bike and run for the Mexican border, never to return? I honestly just wanted to return it that night and ...
So after a very teary goodbye at the school it was time to head back through Thailand to make our way down to Kuala Lumpur for the 15th March for Future Music Festival. In this two weeks gap Helen and I decided to look into doing our Advanced Diving qualification. As money is always a factor when travelling the cheapest place for us to do this was Ko Tao which suited us fine as Alice, Claire and Abbie were also there at the same time which meant we could catch up and it is one of the islands ...
... second into the water again. Heart broken I tell myself I must carry on, for my pride, my ego and England. I get to an inflatable mountain which you climb with footholds and grips. I'm competent but unremarkable and the damage has already been done I get to the top and flail off towards the next obstacle when my aim was to gracefully fly to it. By this point I'm delirious. Memories of the hurdles in the yellow pages athletics day in year 8 are flying back ...