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... in treating COPD!) and also something else that was put by my bedside which had Thai writing on it and I drank!!! I also had some basic physio as my lower back was still sore.
Hospitals in Laos and Thailand don't provide food to patients so instead at AEK there is a restaurant that delivers food to your room. There was a menu provided and to order we had to ring the restaurant. That wouldn't have been a problem if they had ...
... fifteen minutes down the road! I find it amazing how every time I go to a market in Thailand, I see food that I have never seen before. But the most interesting moment at this market came when she bought three live birds in a mesh bag. As we were getting in the car she handed us the bag and there was that awkward moment when we were thinking: “Are we going to eat these birds, keep them as pets, or let me free?” Luckily these were the “let ...
... he had collected gold from charities and individuals and used this to pay off part of the country's debts! We had a look around the monastery and saw lots of Monks sweeping and a few Nuns also wandering around the place. We ventured deeper into the forest and found the memorial to the revered monk, it seemed to be the house in which he had resided – in one room were glass urns which seemed to have small relics within them, behind these was an intensive care type ...
... blue, non-stretchy shirts, for traipsing around 30 plus weather with 50% humidity
see also how to wrap kids in plastic, survival clothes to wear in -20 below weather
I would like to have a stern talking to who ever designed the gym clothes, except it would probably be a convoluted and confusing conversation since they probably speak Thai and I don't.
3. Toilets #trying not to pee on my ...
... different kinds of piggybanks). What a perfect thing to have by a park (or in). This would also have been a nice thing to copy. Perfect for kids (of all ages). It was a cool place.
On our way back it was dark, and not as easy to understand where we were. We drove around, saw new things and got somewhat lost. But we didn't despair, and it turned out that our geographical senses ain't off key at all. Suddenly we passed Central Plaza, the night market and UD Town. HIGH FIVE!