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- Adult pool
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... decide to book in for all our freebies. This takes quite some doing as everyone's English is very basic. After much negotiation we have finally booked in two yoga classes, 3 massages. a Thai cooking class, our seafood meal and our Thai meal. There was a lot of "Well no we can't attend that class because it clashes with his one " but we think we have it all sorted. Kerst needs a while to think about the elephant ride, particularly because the tourism guy was very, very hot ...
... there is not enough oxygen further in so we head back to the boat. As we leave the cave it starts pouring with rain and doesn't stop the entire walk back. We have lunch before we go and wait for a gap in the rain to leave. Unfortunately it is a very small gap and starts raining very hard about 5 minutes later. You could barely open your eyes for the next 20 minutes and it was freezing cold but we make it back to the minivan. I think most of us slept the whole hour back to ...
... ceremony as the camp was continuing for another week but the children all wanted our autographs and our departure was delayed whilst we scribbled on countless bits of paper. Back at the office Marilyn, Monica and Steph were all presented with their certificates. Monica and Steph were moving on from Khao Lak tomorrow and Marilyn would be going in a few days’ time.
Once again Marilyn and I ate together on Wednesday night, this time at ...
Barbara and Ian’s trip had come to an end and they were leaving on Sunday with the unenviable prospect of a long flight home with Air China, via Beijing. They had spent their last few days as neighbours of mine at Phu Khao Lak and were very grateful to me for suggesting it. They had fallen in love with their bungalow and in particular with their little verandah and were sorry to be leaving. As I waved them off I felt very lucky to be staying for ...
... up out of the water, the dam is manmade but the scenery is spectacular. I can’t do it justice describing it so I am just going to put up some pictures. Suffice to say that we were looked after very well, we had more than enough to eat and it was very good food, we met some lovely people, (there were 13 in our group) and had some great chats. We are staying where we are for another few days before flying up to Chiang Mai, there we will decide where to go ...