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I am going to be a little pressed for time when we reach Bangkok so am delighted to find that we lad as forecast at 09:15. I am one of the first off the plane and make my way quickly to immigration. This is usually a nightmare here with long queues at the foreign passport desks and empty Thai passport desks. I had intended trying to blag my way through a Thai desk but surprisingly there is almost no-one here and I walk straight through. Having ...
... French, and speaks a little Thai because her peers speak with her. The other girl I know is Italian and Thai. I think that family is living near our house because I saw her father taking out the trash this morning!
Khon Kaen is a neat place to live. There seems to be connections we are making left and right with people- and we thought that living in a city this might be more difficult to ...
... source that substitutes for a stove. On Friday evening, we went to Tesco Lotus (the big grocery store in Khon Kaen) and bought ingredients for no-bake cookies. With caramel, honey, Honey Stars (our substitute for not having Rice Krispies), and chocolate, we were able to make delicious dessert cookies. It was quite the feat (and a bit pricy), but was so worth it since I had been craving normal American desserts for awhile.
Later on Friday night, we found out ...
... s health system now, but in a little less than one month from now, we will start doing community visits. This past weekend, each group was responsible for going to a community that can potentially serve as the location of our final projects during our last class, and interview community members to gauge health concerns and to brainstorm potential interventions.
My group went to Mitrapap, which is one of the communities that half of the program had visited ...
... came to know Jesus. This is why Peter has such a heart for the Asian Provinces as he spent some of his childhood close to the village. One thing that I really felt spoken too from Peters message was that, God always uses our roots in our calling. The things of the past play relevant significance in our daily ministry. We all returned home absolutely shattered tonight ready to sleep. It was busy the whole way with very little rest time, but what a great ...