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... stuff up, to put it politely!! The attention to detail is insane, there are a couple of ponds near the main temple, you can probably guess what colour the fish were.... They even shimmered as though they were coated in silver glass pieces. It's definitely worth seeing. It's completely different to all the other temples and it's free. Chiang Rai also has one of the best night markets that we've been to. Loads of tables in the centre of a square with ...
... sauce and spicy peanut sauce on top. My two best friends (Tom and Riley) in the program stopped by and I fed them the leftovers, and we talked a bit before they had to leave for the language class. Riley is a medical student in North Carolina (he's 22 I believe) and Tom's a medical student in England and he's roughly the same age. I like having friends! It's nice. So after that I went and sat in a cool swingy chair and read my book for two hours ...
... I'm using a Thai laptop to write this and there isn't a pound sign on the keyboard!!!) then walked around the villages using a map we were given.
We first entered the Karen Long Neck village where we saw many women with the rings around their necks selling goods and making scarfs. It was very interesting but all looked too 'set up' for our liking; we'd have liked to see authentic tribes however we only had ourselves to blame going to a ...
... cleaned up to put everything in a big plastic basket. So it is not a cozy restaurant but the food is just 10 times better and the price as well than by us in the Netherlands. For the desert we went to a little food stall were we tried out the Thai roti. This one is not comparable with the Surinam roti. This is dough which is wrapped like a square and is fried in a ...
After a long weekend in Chiang Rai, we got to sleep in a little Monday morning, enough time to pack and head to the village for two days, today I am very homesick and may have shed a tear or two but life goes on. I must try to enjoy my village stay because this is the only chance I will ever get. Breakfast was okay nothing to exciting, there was some kind of sticky rice that you put coconut milk on that I really enjoyed. After breakfast we had class and we learned about the seven tools ...
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