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... about 11:30. She has been off spicy food for a few weeks but we both enjoy some really hot Lao street food for lunch.
I return to the book shop with the rest of the books that I had brought and the English guy turns up after a while. He doesn't really want most of the books but makes me an acceptable offer. I will be returning with 16 new books and the three beer boxes full of books that have been cluttering up the spare bedroom are now gone.
Hellooo, I am now a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher! Hooray!
It was quite anticlimactic actually, haha. I woke up early as usual. People were bumbling and chatting before the meditation session today... it should really be silent before and after meditation because to come out of meditation and immediately start prattling makes your concentration scatter. You want to come out of meditation slowly, just as you come out of a strenuous pose ...
... care and mental health assessments. I am not entirely sure of their exact certification but when we where in the homes I was impressed by their assessment skills and knowledge. The name health volunteer can be deceiving because they do receive around 600 baht per month from the hospital.
We went with all of the staff to 3 home visits. To get there on the very small roads we took a tram. It was fun driving down ...
... a good, hot cup of coffee!) with a lovely view out over Bangkok we grabbed a taxi (where the poor little man struggled to pick up my bag - this is now a regular occurrence!) and headed to the airport for our flight to Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is a little town up in Northern Thailand where the temperature is a bit cooler which suited us down to the ground! It was only a 90 min flight then just 15 minutes to the town centre. We're ...
... four-floor structure that put Park City, even King of Prussia, to shame. The front door was opened by a bowing valet and in we walked to find a bustling hive of shoppers from around the world. Grocery stores, makeup, clothing, electronics, banks, bakeries, bridal shops, coffee shops, restaurants, frozen yogurt, and everything in between were inside, set against a backdrop of striking architecture. We didn’t have time to ...