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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... eating Martin went off to bend the ears of the teachers on one of his pet subjects no doubt, whilst I received a Thai lesson in names and colours of fruits from the little girls.
Then it was time for the last and always the worst class. They were not sat in stony silence when we arrived, but involved in a noisy brawl on the stairs. We managed to sort that out and get them into the classroom but they were still hyperactive and in and out to the toilet and to ...
... Then to our amazement two men started up chainsaws and began to cut down a tree, not 10 yards from where we were sitting and right next to the food vendors. Nobody cleared the area and there were children sauntering past as the men cut a deep V into the base of the 40 ft high tree and then pushed it over. It landed at the entrance to the school canteen, closely missing a parked motorbike and startling one of the dinner ladies who was just coming out of the ...
... reason. Upon arriving this year I found that they had planted a new young palm tree just to the side of it and slap bang in the middle of the path I used to follow. I haven’t walked into it yet but have come close a few times! "Who put that there?"
On Thursday Anton and I were back at Fai Tha school. We hadn’t brought enough worksheets with us and so had to spin out the first two classes for longer than usual. Anton had the children doing a ...
... On top of it all it starts to rain. We decided to do the wisest thing again and wave the group goodbye. After which we had to relax at the floating paradise, which seems to lack a thing or two. I'm taking a picture on a pathway and feel the wind come up. Something tells me to head back. The moment I set foot on the sheltered part of the "resort" all hell breaks loose. The water pumps in the longboats are spitting water. Seems like I got a good hunch ...
... they would climb up onto our shoulders and eat the nuts, and just stay sitting there for a while afterwards. I really love monkeys so I found this so exciting, and I especially liked that they were in the wild and could choose to come up to us. We went back to our accommodation after this and finally got to have a shower and relax. We all had a group dinner this evening at the accommodation, and got a fairly early night after being so busy today. ...