Tara Court Boutique Hotel
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... the animals above, if
not more. We had a tour guide who went by the name of Jay. He was terrific and
I would never use another guide when I go back for the simple fact that he is a
giver. He really showed me and my friend how life in Khao Yai should be spent.
We visited local food shops, hiked through the jungle, visited waterfalls, rode
elephants, saw various life forms and
had some great conversation. If someone ever is looking for a tour ...
... of the movie, "Saving Private Ryan" when the troops are storming the beaches of Normandy. My father tells us an interesting story. When he was about 8 or 10 years old and his town heard to roaring of the airplanes above. They had to retreat to their underground shelters to escape the action above them. Just another reminder of how fortunate we are to have grown up in ...
... On an unrelated note, here are two funny tidbits from school this week:
On Friday morning, one of my P4 classes was playing a review game. There were three teams and a student from each team was at the board writing the adjective, comparative, and superlative forms of words as fast as they could. The first one to finish correctly would get a point for his/her team. The students know that during these games, I’m ...
... t done a lot of traveling, so I can understand what’s going on, but they were examples of some of the kinds of travelers I don’t want to be or encounter too often.
On Tuesday at school, my Thai teacher told me she wants to buy me a pink silk shirt to wear to school. I wish there was a way to politely tell her that I don’t want one. I’m only here a few more months, I would only wear it once a week, if ...
... started telling me, "I am SO good!" every day, which I enjoy.
So today, Praim decided he was feeling silly (not unusual, really). When I asked him how he was, he said, "I am mango!" I said, "You are mango? Like the fruit?" And he said, "Yes, Teacher, mango." So I said, "Okay, so I will turn you into a shake and drink you. Mmmm delicious." He started to protest so I said, "Why not? I love mango shakes, ...