Surada Guest House
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So it took a night in the bus to reach Udon Thani at 6am, a 2 hour walk around the city to find a motorbike to rent, an hour drive to the border, a visa on arrival for Laos that got used for a whole and entire minute, a return to Thailand through customs all for.... another 15 days stamp on my passport! Was it worth it? The answer i guess is a yes but boy that was hard work!
... teachers), a Physics camp has been planned to take place at our school the following day. We are told that these types of camps usually take weeks of planning to ensure that the more than 150 students with have places to sleep, bathe and most importantly eat. After teaching our morning class, we are informed that our afternoon class has been cancelled so that the students can help prepare for the camp. After finishing our lunch at school, one of the ...
... and practice. The monk spoke of about the 5 precepts to live by: don't drink alcohol, don't take part in sensual misconduct, don't kill (including animals), don't steal, and don't lie.
The last photos attached are from my school, where monks came to bless it on it's anniversary.
We all kneel down when the head honcho monk blesses everyone present, just being here I'm blessed.
... t that hard here.. So in like 30min or so, they were on the road again. We met them and drove through and to a new part of town. It was a very nice park, huge with a big pond surrounding it. The water was packed with big fish, lots of catfish, I think. You could buy bread to feed the fish, lots of people did. There were several bridges that you crossed over to get into the park. It also had like an outer circle were you had people jogging and ...
... so we shouldn't expect them to be open. A lot of people go home to celebrate Songhkran. So, accepting the defeat, we headed back home, still aching.
Ate lunch at a nice restaurant by a lake. It's actually a place where the princess of Thailand likes to eat now and then (she lives in Udon Thani). Nice atmosphere there, almost felt like we were dining in the jungle! Wish we had our camera, but we're afraid it will get wet when driving around. So we're not taking any ...