Ban Sabai Sabai
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... with Andy that instead of having dinner with Eddie and the crew I would go to his house and spend the night sorting clothes and toys. Eddie has very little help and so doesn't have the resource to properly sort the toys and clothes so they can be sent to the right children and also that the toys work and are all together.
I nipped into my favorite market stall and picked up a fish and rice dish and mango sticky rice ...
... the village to start off with and shown the temple the village uses (again more of a wooden hut). We then went back to the school to help teach them English. There was a little boy I was helping who was actually really good at English and could even say simple sentences. He is 10 years old and when he is not at school for example in the holidays he has to go and work in the fields to help his families income - this actually broke my heart to hear. I think ...
JaneO... More issues with the toilet flusher. The foreign toilet cannot cope with our waste, or perhaps we just eat too much! Bags packed and to the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. I'm not overly keen on museums, but because I'd seen the Death Railway and watched the Railway Man (thanks Lindsey) I had some basic understanding so I was keen to find out more. David loves trains and museums so you can guess how keen he was! The lady took our bags and we paid £2.40 ...
Got up at six to go to town for the monk processional. Monks can only eat what they are given and it is good luck to feed a monk. Note the men in our group wearing their longyis...Burmese dress for men. One student picked out a female longyi and so the locals were ...