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... their elders and how they are not considered a burden by any means. I can identify with these same Thai values. I know that we have much to learn from the older generation and we should make it a priority to respect and honor them. This involves giving everyone the best care. It will be interesting to see how America will solve how to fund the increase cost of healthcare for the elderly.
After listening to presentations ...
... she has worked with. I was unfortunately kind of zoning out at this point... it was after a 3-hour break with lunch, relaxation yoga, and tea time...! Maghnild is a Norwegian physiotherapist who works with children also, so I can learn so much from just my classmates!
About a third of the people in my program are educators, therapists, or trainers of some kind who want to pursue deep yoga training to incorporate into ...
... session was starting tomorrow and the next one wouldn't be for another month. I could already start to feel my resolve draining by the minute, so I grabbed the available spot.
We aren't allowed to have cell phones, IPADs, computers, books, music, journals, paper, pens...nothing to promote communication with anyone or anything other than with yourself, and it is 26 days of complete silence....so blogging will NOT be on the agenda I'm ...
... hungover Australian who smelt like ****.
Got into Bangkok airport (which is pretty average, especially compared to Bali's) and found some food. Took a while to get used to the prices, and work out how much is actually costs. You basically get $25 baht in $1 NZ.
OMG it's Leish and Emma!
We caught up with our two travel buddies at Bangkok. So good to see them both. After their world adventure it will be awesome ...
... sparing than actually fight. Well, the second round proved me wrong, as both fighters went for it, and the crowd consisting of mainly farangs made some noise - clearly enjoying it. The first two fights were decided by points from the three judges. One thing I liked was at the end of each fight the fighters went ot the opponent corner, where the coach gave them some water as sign of respect. Then came the third fight - under 50kg. One fighter looked slightly more trained, the ...