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... especially when I wasn't feeling great. We had a test which seemed simple enough and we then went through the basics of working for the company, which was far more in-depth than I've ever experienced before. It seems as though working in Thailand isn't quite as easy as it used to be. Not that we really have any experience in what it used to be like, but we'd obviously done a little bit of research and heard some stories. Getting a visa or a working permit ...
... and other belongings, I realized
that now we are seeing the true treasures of Thailand, similar to the treasures stored in
the Armory in Moscow.
A wall sized wooden carving featuring hundreds of men, animals, flowers, clouds,
buildings, bridges, etc. A model in gold of the Royal Barges. A full wall size
embroidery blazine with color and detail. Golden seats for the king and the queen.
Eventually we came to ...
... for Australians. It totally caters for the package holidaymakers with glitzy hotels, flash bars and restaurant but no soul! I'm grateful investment has allowed it to bounce back after the bombing but I remember with fondness the scruffy little bars and restaurants of old. The Myanmar government has just appointed a U.S. Marketing agency to help grow tourist numbers from the U.S. so change is inevitable.
In Bagan there is no central point ...
... sitting in the sits next to us, although she did wake up crying a few times in the night. We spoke to a family of Canadians who were really nice- they were heading to Koh Tao and therefore getting off the train at 4am (we were getting off at 7am). At 11.30pm we tried to get some sleep, I put my earplugs and eye-mask on and managed to get a few uncomfortable hours sleep (lord knows how!!) Paul on the other hand didn't get any sleep despite ...
... educate you on the animals as well as the poor treatment many of them receive in order to work for money. All money generated here goes towards rescuing more elephants that need help and it was an inspiring day and something I will never forget. I would recommend it to anyone going to Chiang Mai. The founder of the park 'Lek' is somewhat of a local celebrity having appeared on US TV shows and interviewed worldwide about her ambition to save elephants. We were lucky enough to see ...