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... we went to the night bazaar to haggle some goodies- We now each have a pair of good quality 'Raybans' and Sophie got some shorts too. Emma also bought a rucksack ready for a trek we have booked in two days time. As yet another treat we bought rottees which are kind of like a crepe but folded up into a parcel of yumminess! The night market was fun to look around and we are now getting the hang of what is popular to sell at markets in Thailand- baggy patterned trousers (normally ...
... and were extremely hungover. So, if you can imagine, 9 people zip-lining, only two actually functioning properly. It was a task and a half to keep everyone going and to keep from being sick, and well other things as well. By the end of the three hours, we were all ready to be done. It was sad, but also a little funny, we were all so miserable with our own ailments and our guide was the happiest of guys bouncing us on the wires as we crossed, just loving life. Haha, ...
... is a city with tiny cracked sidewalks, motorbikes everywhere and buildings that range from concrete monstrosities to humble, wooden shops. The streets are colourful and busy, the food is good and the nightlife is crazy. Another Thai city sadly overwhelmed with tourism, most of the restaurants offer English menus and little patience. There is an ancient city wall that surrounds the old town, which is in turn surrounded by canals.
... need to be a person. Working for your own benefit should be secondary. Your main goal should be to work for your fellow man..” (Prince Mahidol Adulyade).
“We cannot be alone and still be happy if others around us are suffering. Instead we should share their suffering and help ease their troubles according to our ability and capability.” (HM King Bhumidol Adulyadej, Rama IX)
After we had seen everything there was to see, ...
... be a volunteer during the February program. Yay! They just requested that I be committed to my volunteer work because the next program is at full capacity. I will definitely be committed! My classmates were happy about it too because as Naomi and Nora said, I can't bring my energy into the group then suddenly leave and do my own thing for the last 2 weeks, haha. They are also rooting for me to be a famous vegan doctor, haha. Er... we'll ...