Le Chalet Suite
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... to us and we finally jumped off. It was really fun. We only jumped off once more and then had to go. I’m a little disappointed I didn’t get myself to jump off the huge 50 foot cliff, but maybe next time. After the cliff we met up with Chris again and had dinner at this local buffet. It reminded me of something you’d find in the South. Basically a gigantic tent with tables under it and ...
... a foreign language. Timing just didn't work out for us to teach here in Chiang Mai...the school term has been in session for about six weeks and it is becoming increasingly difficult to get a work permit. We'll keep you posted on our progress in Cambodia, but all indications are that we should be able to get work permits and find jobs. The last few days we've tried to make sure we went around to all of favorite food stalls to ...
... our new friend and house owner,, marie. she is amazing. i am by myself now, having worn most folks out. david went with his friends to a bbq spot. Marie is playing games on her computer and Nana is walking the cutest 5 yr old pomeranian around the city right now. i took a shower at 5. ed is finally doing the same. "He's Gone" amsterdam 1972 is playing. Prior to this ...
... t know anything about the mess up. Since he had booked us a driver for today, he came to introduce us to his brother, Neslai, calls himself Nes. Because of the holiday, Nes is off work and is moonlighting as a tour leader. He looks like a 17 year old, but we find out he is 33. Like his brother he is really sweet. We go to a different paper umbrella center. Ed gets a dragon painted on his Tilly hat. I can't resist and I get a white elephant with a red ...
... Street Market.
Since then we visited the Worrowat daily street market. This one
reminded me of my childhood and going with my mother to Ridly Road
Market in Dalston, East London. Same set-up. Streets with a continuous
line of shops which were faced by street stalls all along the
pavements. This was where you bought toilet paper, plastic buckets,
really cheap clothing, fruit and veg's. The permanent shops had a