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When we were back in Australia in September last year I was diagnosed as having emphysema or COPD and while we were travelling at Christmas time I was having difficulty breathing and wheezing quite a lot so we decided to see a lung doctor on the 22nd of January at the AEK Hospital in Udon Thani which is a large town in Thailand about an hour and a half drive from Vientiane. The plan had been to fly to see a specialist in Bangkok but that didn't ...
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I thought it would be fun to take you through this week of our lives in Thailand through the lens of eating. It is hard to separate daily life in Thailand from eating, so this probably won't be that hard.
We woke up on Monday morning to the smell of frying eggs, cooking rice, and the yells of our little brother Modern. The day begins as any other would, but quickly gets thrown for a loop. Unbeknownst to us (and many of ...
... we had explained ourselves (apparently satisfactorily) we were handed back our licences and allowed to continue our journey. Only once we returned to the hotel and Andy checked the news later in the day did we discover that the leader of the Red Shirts (political group) was shot in Udon Thani today and this may have had something to do with the increased police presence. There has been no other violence here and no protests, he was targeted outside his home (we are ...
... the other students in my class are about 17 years old, all 57 of them. The school is massive, it has 8 (ish) main buildings and 5000 students. On my first day of school I had to introduce myself in Thai to them (yes all of them). We have a morning assembly every day in which the Thai national anthem is sung and a Buddhist prayer is said.
I have been gifted with an eclectic and traditionally ...
... the music wasn't exactly something we enjoyed and we're not interested in football. So we just frowned over their mishmach and walked on.
We stopped at a supermarket before heading home. Got ourselves some baby powder! Why on earth would we buy that, you're thinking, right? Well, it's actually a big hit here in Thailand. Everyone buys it, or so it seems like. If you put it on, it's supposed to help ...