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Good location nice clean rooms and friendly staff. Most rooms share the bathroom but they are kept very clean
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... wasn’t expecting. I arrived to Chiang Mai early in the morning and was initially taken aback by how many tourists there were. For the past three weeks, there have been a sprinkling of tourists here and there, or at least we are all much more spread out. Here though, it seemed as though this was were all of the tourists have been hanging out.
After dropping off my stuff at the hotel, I spent the day walking around the city which i found to be incredibly ...
It so good to feel human again! The nausea is finally gone but now I have a cold! I'm pretty sure that I caught both from the kids. Being sick meant that I had to wear a mask at work. It was really quite difficult to breath (I don't know how doctors and nurses do it) but the kids seemed to find it highly entertaining and tried to play peekaboo with it at every opportunity! At least the day was topped off by an opportunity to go out for a nice dinner. Originally, we had planned to go ...
... something I've never enjoyed. We have our first visitors in town, Chris Middleton and his bride to be, Phon. Blog followers will recall that we spent 3-4 days visiting with Chris in Sydney, in the early part of our trip. Phon is a Thai a lady living outside of Bangkok. Chris met her about 8 months ago, and is head over heels about her. Anyway the plan was to get married last Friday morning. We met the two of them at the appropriate government office, only to find ...
... me to take a video of her session on Yoga Sutras and upload on Facebook. So I did. Along with the morning photos. And that is the end of my Facebook activity for today!!
I connected with some people today via various messenger apps. It makes me think how fortunate I am to have crossed paths with so many wonderful people, how much they treasure the experiences we shared, and how I should spend more time appreciating and developing what I have, rather ...
... and then shyly dispersed.
I was quite happy to be going to the hospital because it seems like I will be able to have some experiences here in Thailand that I would not have in the USA as a student. In fact, Ajan Kes told us that we were welcome to observe in any area of the hospital and all we needed to do was ask her to set it up. She brought us to the unit and taught us to say Torn Chau, or good morning! Since many of us wanted to visit ...