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... here, each meal has at least 3 or 4 different dishes and then typically a different type of fruit or snack food. After eating dinner we went to a campfire where we roasted thin rice cake like things over the fire and then had rice that was cooked over the fire by cooking it in a bamboo stick. While these were very good, I still was craving a s'more. While some Thai food is unhealthy and may have a lot of salt or spice in it, comparing our campfire food of hotdogs and ...
... The strangest coffee I've seen made, and served with a cup of tea on the side - all for 20p.. Lunch? A vietnamese salad in a quiet organic cafe.. I would do it again tomorrow, and would thoroughly recommend it. It was 4pm by the time we had finished. Must be massage time! A good trawl of trip advisor and I found myself at the green bamboo massage parlour. With just an hour available, I fancied being scrubbed head to foot (as one does) - out ...
... than before. Maew is impressed with my tolerance for chili.
Following dinner we went to a dessert shop in the city. Pi Jip said this is one of her favorite dessert shops. We had Taptim Grob which is crushed ice, sweetened coconut milk, coconut meat, jackfruit, & water chestnut. This is one of Bri's favorite desserts. After dessert we went to the Central Airport mall for a little excursion and than back to campus.
The students came back ...
... have fun.
I am very interested in learning more about the hierarchy in the school. I am seeing that the students highly respect the teachers, and they also respect the older students. I think it is good practice to respect people and like Jesus said, "Do unto others as you would have them do to you". I see that the Thai people like to serve others, and the focus is not on them. That is refreshing, and I could be reminded of that a lot. The younger ...
... open and no belts so hold on and enjoy the ride to the top of the mountain.
It takes about 30minutes to get there and we arrived at 4pm. The truck drops you at the bottom of the steps and we started our 309 steps to the top (it wasn't actually bad)
At the top is a paying area, 30TB later I was ready to enter.
Behind the sales desk was a young man with a little boy, (maybe 2years old) the child had Downs Sydrome and whilst purchasing my ...