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Travel Blogs from Buriram
... here, usually on bags of street food you buy and take home for dinner. However, removing them is like picking the final barrel at Fort Knox, you either spend hours and end up cutting the damn thing off, or you find that secret little loop and with one pull you are in within seconds, the Thais have this down to a fine art, and follow the same principle for knots.
It's amazing what keeps you awake at night............my marbles are still in tact honest!
... then found this opportunity and has been here for around 3 years.
So....I have worked 4 days in my first week, now got 5 off due to the holidays and return next Wednesday. I keep telling myself this is a hobby, adopt the "no sense of urgency, Thai style" gain as much experience as possible from a first class institution and have some fun along the way.
2013 is turning into a remarkable experience, one I would not have missed for the world and now I'm working, doing something I ...
... an additional food source for the Tilapia, hoping the flies would come and drop into the water.
I sat for an hour,mesmerized by the edge of the pond, as one by one, the fish started to come up to the surface,wondering what was disturbing their slumber, then realising, wow, it's a midnight feast! The poor insects, having been drawn to the flame like the moth, then dive bombed into ...
... avoid possible dire consequences, the intention is still not to harm for no reason. Buddhism is not about following a prescriptive path or worshipping a god, it's more about leading a life without extremes, being mindful of your actions and consequences and on the whole being kind to those around you. Having those intentions on a daily basis can only be a good thing, surely, and allows for our ...
... others, shy, withdrawn and in need of a lot of patience and understanding from me, if they are to pick up anything at all.
I am loving the challenge and every day is different.
By the way, I cooked bacon, eggs (from the chickens) and locally grown tomatoes for breakfast yesterday, wow fantastic! Almost everything we ate at dinner last night had been grown by the family, just 30p spent on chicken wings, fried with long beans, garlic and chilli, in oyster sauce with boiled rice. ...
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