Studio 99 Serviced Apartments
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... during the day. There is a large garden in the midst of the campus that requires plenty of work and many hands. Even if not working in the garden, there is a large enclosed courtyard within the walls of the facility with the lovely Thai landscaping of trees, bushes, flowers, chess tables, swinging benches for the patients to enjoy. This is something that I would love to see at more American psychiatric hospitals.
... at the schools that didn't have off for the holidays. Tony didn't have to work, so I was bummed that I couldn't hang out with him at home. We had a quiet, but nice holiday. We made a squid and clam linguini for Christmas Eve dinner and a homemade ravioli for Christmas dinner. We splurged on a bottle of wine, exchanged some gifts, and watched Christmas movies to get in the holiday spirit. We also made some holiday treats to give ...
... being struck off as a Doctor to go back and re-train as a Psychiatric doctor in the US. Amazingly at that age he completes an intense internship not intended for anyone under forty and go on to work with some real characters!
Done with Psychology for a second time he makes a nice life in Hawaii and would probably be there today if it were not for 9/11 and the governments ‘home security’ measure he see’s coming clearly aimed at restricting the ...
... we stocked up on in England before we came! This morning we went to Chiang Mai Zoo, which was £5 to get into, you can imagine how much better it was to London Zoo and the price difference! We noticed there was an option to drive around the zoo which we found strange.. until we were walking vertically up hills in heat of 30 degrees! It covers over 212 acres in the mountains, exciting to see so many animals I'd never seen before, especially the koalas and panda! Health ...
... of the time lying by the pool drinking beer and mojitos, life is tough! Our free hotel transfer was surprisingly in a limousine which was great after our upgrade. Our tickets for the train were for 2nd class as 1st class was apparently sold out. We found our seats and there was no room for our luggage, so it was either us or the luggage who got to sit down. Peter went back ...