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... the words of Nike 'just do it' . We settled on the company Skyline Adventures 60km outside Chiang Mai, which were supposed to have the highest and longest course. Activities promised included; 28 zip lines including 200m, 400m, 450m and 900m, 4 abseils(or long drops) with the highest being 50m, 4 sky bridges 100m from the ground, 3 rope bridges and 3 spiral staircases one of which goes straight through a hollowed out tree. I have to say, boy did they deliver. Again our ...
... opinions. We are partaking in meditation so frequently because at the beginning of next week, we are going on a 24 hour meditation retreat. We are trying to train ourselves and work up to that. As soon as we got back from the Wat, Shikha, Emily, and I headed to a restaurant that makes pizza Punch style. It was very good! After dinner we went and got Thai cake and street vendor fruit. We spent the rest of the night watching "10 Things I Hate About ...
... that are malnourished. The abbott offers to bring these young boys back with him to his temple. At the temple, the boys take a vow to become a novice monk, Novice monks are monks in training and are only required to follow a few precepts, not the 227 that monks are expected to abide by. The novices are put to work, taught Muay Thai boxing, and build a spiritual base. The spiritual aspect is very important. Because monks must not use alcohol or substances and believe ...
... Thailand. From there, I will go to my medidation retreat, sleep there in order to register early the morning of the 30th. I should therefore be in my retreat until the morning of May 11th, in complete SILENCE. It shall be an interesting experience. After that, I will be on my way to Koh Phangan for my first Full Moon Party, which falls coincidently with my 20th birthday!!! :D I will be writing to you again at that time. Take care and enjoy yourselves ...
Elephant Nature Park.
This is a Rescue Park with 37 Elephants...Most of these elephants have been abused in some way - most through the Logging Trade in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma). Some were show animals in and some have been injured by stepping on land mines. One was blind ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed