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Bean Na Wong Camp   (published in Thailand)

March 31, 2016 by   Comments(0)

My present day began at 9 o'clock.

We visited the white temple in Krabi Town. It was really nice.

In the afternoon our work began at the camp. The children learnt to introduce themselves in in English. Then we practiced with them the adjectives. The activity was Picasso me. The children painted a face with two different facial halves. The result was worthy of notice.

In the evening we went to the Thai boxing. It was very strenuous once more, however we had a lot of fun.

 

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Bean Na Wong Camphttp://www.mytripblog.org/pg/blog/jburjanko/read/416502/bean-na-wong-camp
Bean Na Wong Camp
 

Baan Sai Tai Camp   (published in Thailand)

March 24, 2016 by   Comments(0)

Today at school we learned the animals with the children. 
We tried with the help of sounds to guess the children which animals we auditioned.
In addition we tinkered animals and painted magical fishes.

After that I was, like so often, on the beach!

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Baan Sai Tai Camp
 

Baan Sai Tai Camp   (published in Thailand)

March 23, 2016 by   Comments(0)

 

Today it was my first day at the camp. The two days before I was unfortunately ill.

Today we learned the school objects with the kids. And after we maded funny sock puppets.

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Baan Sai Tai Camp
 

Leisure Time   (published in Thailand)

March 19, 2016 by   Comments(0)

Chilling - Swimming- Snorkeling 

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Leisure Time
 

Elephant hospital   (published in Thailand)

March 18, 2016 by   Comments(0)

Today all Volunteeres from Krabi visited the elephant hospital. We helped by cleaning and collecting garbage. Moreover, we helped to wash and clean the elephants. Then we might helped to attend the wounds of the poor animals. At the end we feeded the elephants with bananas. Once more a new experience which has shown to me as badly the elephant by the tourism goes out. In the future I will advise everybody against undertaking elephant's tours and against visiting elephant's shows.

 

 

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Elephant hospital
 

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