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My advice would be not to stay here....its incredibly dirty and the staff don't seem to care much. Bad all round.
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... had a stop near Chiang Rai for the White Temple. Just when we thought we'd had enough of temples, and were thinking about hanging in the van and giving it a miss, we were drawn out like magpies by its shininess. It was a new temple with a difference. It was all white and covered in broken mirror to give it a disco palace effect from afar. Up close all the usual serene Buddah imagery had been replaced by macabre demon statues, a pool of reaching hands and trees with dangling heads. ...
... typical ashram menu:
- Vegan milk (homemade with various organic nuts, seeds, and grains)
- Muesli (roasted oats, various seeds, raisins)
- Scrambled tofu with tumeric, spring onions, shallots, and other spices
- Slices of cucumbers, tomatoes, and carrots + lettuce
- Tropical fruit salad
- Rice (white, brown, or veggie "stir fried")
- Curry ...
Evan, Katie and Emma- We are now in New Zealand but want to write about what we saw as the differences between Thailand and Canada.
1. No sidewalks. In Thailand there are barely any sidewalks. The occasional sidewalk that we come across turns out to be a small road that motorcycles ride on.
2. Smog is everywhere. It always looks cloudy outside. The locals call it fog.
3. Even in winter it is hot. We will ...
... means hippie, environmental, tree hugging, ya know. Danielle told me she's doing the "no 'poo challenge", as in not using shampoo. Actually, for her, it's not a challenge but rather something she plans on adopting for life!! So instead of shampooing (and thereby applying chemicals to your scalp and stripping away natural oil), you dissolve baking soda into water to wash your hair, then use apple cider diluted in water to condition. You do it once every 2 days or so at first ...
... i would want the best for the baby and if the young mother is unable to take care of the baby then the best thing is for the baby to be with another family. Also in Thailand father's are not allowed back in the ward or labor and delivery they must wait outside the doors of the ward. I took a picture of the area they are allowed to be in. Quite interesting. After clinical we went back to campus to get ready for our outing to a Thai restaurant. Our buddies ...