Homestay And Guesthouse Manida
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... had been reserved by a meal that we selected a couple of days previously. Of all the complaints we've had about the trip, the actual mini bus that delivered us to and from the Thai border is not one of them. The journey, although nine hours long, wasn't terrible and the bus itself was probably bearable because Becky and I managed to bag ourselves the front seats which included just a little bit of extra leg room. What ...
... taken that mantra to heart and have been walking in it for a long time. It really does get me excited to believe this, knowing that God has amazing adventures for us to participate in if we stay open minded. Our plans don't always work out but I know that His do. Eph 2:10 "For we are God's creation, created in Christ Jesus to do the good works that He has prepared beforehand that we should walk in them." No pressure in that verse, just get ready to participate in a pre-charted ...
It was a full week of surprises. I started the school week off sick, went home with a low grade fever and slept most of the day. Zach was sick soon after and 2 of my students both had fevers. These were the low points of the week. On the 4th of July my class and T. Pat's class had a small parade. My students have been growing up so much lately, they are able to form a line and make a circle for Morning Meetings! I am so proud of ...
... Ton and one of his friends for a meal and he's happy to put me up for three nights whilst the half-marathon is on, as he lives fairly close to the start - he's a post-grad mechanical engineering student studying at Khon Kaen University (KKU) . He really wants to go backpacking one day and is interested in hearing stories and wants to practise his English. Ton is a great host, I meet his friends in the pub, a Man United fan and Chelsea fan, ...
... other members of the program, to interview people in the village (with a translator) to record their life story, to share with the program in a presentation that we have on Friday. Although there was a language barrier and we did not always get the exact answers we wanted, it was cool to sit down and hear elders recall their life in Lawa Lake village or to hear teenagers talk about their day to day life. It really reminded me of how special and unique this program ...