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... scented flower to wear behind our ear. Lots of photos. Once cooked, Steve and I sat outside and ate our tasty meal with rice while Tik tidied up inside then rejoined us to eat and chat. Left the house around 3pm taking the remaining rice and a bag of fish food with us and drove to a nearby spot on the small river to dangle feet into the cool water and feed the many fish to get good karma. Lots of fish who were obviously very hungry. Pleasant as there were ...
... of dance and in the united states we have no national dance like they do, and we thought we were just presenting a activity from the US so we choose the limbo but when everyone else was doing their region dance we were not so sure if the limbo was going to be appropriate.. but we did it anyway and they loved it! the male nursing majors are really feminine and they enjoyed doing the limbo and then of course we did the wobble and they enjoyed that as well. ...
... Of course i was nervous but now i look back and think how cool it was to be able to speak in front of all the students, and participate in their morning ceremony.
Today we went to
the OR. Which was very interesting of course. First we had to take socks and
shoes off and then put scrubs on and wear their sandals with no socks on.. so
gross, but we did it. Walking into the OR area was not that bad, and watching
... lifestyle and our first stop there was a large group of Lycra cyclists who were on a week long through Thailand and Laos (too many hills and mountains for us).
The ride took us past tobacco fields where we stopped and watched them cutting and stacking the crop, a bit further up the road we joined some bee harvesters, evidently these bees don't produce very good honey but a large amount of royal jelly and we ...
... We grabbed a bite to eat and boarded the boat. We were soon gliding noisily downstream, the spectacular scenery unfolding before us. About an hour and a half into the journey, we stopped for an unexpected toilet break and were greeted by a lady with a gargantuan boa constrictor in a box. She asked us if we would like our photograph taken with it. We declined and settled for a coffee and an iced tea instead. The remainder of ...