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... and then headed to town for the Sunday night market which was amazing. It seemed to take up half the old town. Every time you thought you were near the end more opened up before you. I finally got myself a good pair of shorts to suit the weather.
I then went back to my room and got some much needed uninterrupted sleep. I had to be up for 7am to get ready and breakfast before I started my cooking course.
So I get up in the morning and sort ...
... middle of the rapids on a rock. The last 5k were calm. The guide was pretty funny and he did a good job. It was not the safest of outfitters though! They fed us a great Thai lunch. The chicken was great and the view of the mountains was nice. We headed down the mountain and stopped at a waterfall and park area. It was very nice and lush! But it had way too much malaria potential. We got back to the hotel and Adam and ...
... a woman said in English. English!!! A good sign. She was with her husband and teenage son. They offered to drive me to the center, so I did. They were a nice family--parents met while studying at chiang mai university and now live in bangkok. They were on their way to another temple and invited me to join, so I did. It was gorgeous. I left to get a half hour neck/back massage ($4) and met Hatsaya at a cafe.
The first 45 mins were an informal English class but evolved into ...
... and on occasion bumped against our legs on the narrow trails eliciting startled shouts. As the dogs entered other dogs territories there were occasional noisy encounters. A medium sized brown with a South African ridgeback hair pattern along the back was always up for a fight. Our guide would stand between us and the dog fight that tended to last only seconds. Our guide would stop every few minutes to pluck a leaf or seemingly wild fruit and explain its use ...
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Today started off much more formally with two presentations about teenage pregnancy and resources in the U.S. as well as in Thailand.
Before this trip we had divided into different teams to present different items throughout the trip. Kelly and I had done the cultural exchange, so others made and presented a powerpoint on ...