Homestay And Guesthouse Manida
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... are good and the doorman is a nice touch!! The activity center is close and contains a gym (complete with an included personal trainer , pool table, pool, sauna( who would want to use that I do not know!!), sitting area with newspapers and a restaurant. Very well appointed. We are going to miss this complex when we leave next week. My shoulder tensed up and I needed to go for a couple of Traditional Thai Massages to help loosen it up. The personal trainer from the gym, Tic, told ...
... temple. As we passed through the night market on the home stretch Lettie and Madeline spotted the shorts they've been looking to buy. They had their sizes and they were half price. Well we've got to get to bed now, a little tired after all the walking today. And Saksay is picking us all up at 7am tomorrow morning for a 3 day trip to Chiangkhan, Thailand. It is village near the Meekong River. Goodnight ...
... Beetle with PomPoms. It posed for a few pictures and then danced for us on video. We haven't seen an individual like this since Wolfy.
On the plant life of the list we have discovered Mimosa Plants in our front yard. These are fascinating life forms, whenever another oil touches their leaves they shut themselves for protection. We have also taken a small photo shoot of our fruit discoveries.
Two weekends ago we were lucky to meet ...
Since I last updated the blog, so much has happened. As I briefly mentioned in my last post, I have started the final class of this semester. I probably explained this in one of my first posts, but rather than taking the traditional 4 or 5 course load, I am taking 3 shorter, more intensive public health classes (in addition to Thai) individually throughout the semester, and the two previous courses culminate in the final course I have just started, the public health ...
... English, but it can be broken and hard to understand a lot of times. Furthermore, the classroom is much more formal than the US, and many times, the professor is lecturing and there is no space to discuss and issue brought up in lecture or to ask questions. I have not adjusted to it since it is so different from the US, so I am happy that one-third of the lectures will be done in two weeks.
On Tuesday night (Thailand time), I ...