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Today has been insane. In a good way. I woke up after sleeping like a rock (go Charlotte!), and I barely at breakfast (as usual). The Thai beds are surprisingly comfortable, and have given me little back pain so far, but we'll see. Today I went to two different schools and taught English. It was very difficult. The first class was 5th graders, and absolutely none of them spoke even a word of English. It was very difficult trying to teach them festivals and holidays, and I had hoped ...
First we visited Wat Rung Khun, the White Temple, 13km south of the city. Unlike most Buddhist temples we’ve been visiting, this one is very modern. In fact, they’re still working on it! The main ordination hall is nearly complete but there are plans for several other buildings, and with the level of detail and artistry going into the construction it’s not hard to believe that their timeline of finishing in ...
... of the year. A couple of times the boat was stuck in the sand/rocks and we had to jump out of the boat to push it off the river bank to continue our journey. There were several rapids along the way as well, the water would come over the sides of the boat and soak the passengers. The temperature was hot and the water was warm, luckily the luggage was stored at the front of the boat and did not get wet. Due to the low water levels in the river the journey ...
... to departure day, I miss
home very much. For dinner we asked if we could go to café and use free wifi to
work on our projects so at 5:30 we are heading out for the day. Today was a
very nice and relaxing day, which I feel everyone needed but at the same time
it gave me more time to miss home and become homesick..
Becareful at home with driving in the snow. I'll enjoy the
sunlight while it lasts.
... lol. Where have all the years gone lol?! Chiang Rai is lovely, it's a quiet, less touristy spot but maybe just what we need before we embark down south. Chance of getting a tuk tuk or taxi here are slim so lucky we have a car, the food is ridiculously cheap, the people are friendly though it's hard to find english speakers. Would deff recommend if you wanted peace and quiet. Next stop Pai. Wish us luck for the drive as we hear it's ...