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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... desires for others to know God's perfect love toward them, and after coming to know God personally being discipled to mature in God and share God's love with others. I am excited for what God is going to do. I believe I will be making a commitment to staff for possibly 1-2 years or however long God tells me to. This means I will be living in New Zealand at the YWAM base. I will be relying on God to provide all the money to staff and using the church and the ...
... is in northern Thailand near the Myanmar and Laos border. The last time I was in Thailand, earlier in the year, I spent time in Chiang Mai but did not get to Chiang Rai. It's a comfortable little place that most travelers enjoy a few days in. The bus has two terminals. For departures, you leave from the 'old' station, in the center of town. The 'new' station is for arrivals from the south. It is 5 miles from town and requires you to hire a tuk-tuk to get ...
So this morning Melanie and I got up at 5am to go and get the bus to Chiang Rai. We was dying to see the amazing white temple. We actually was gutted but the early bus was full so we had to wait around. We finally got to Chiang Rai and it was your typical hectic bus station. Some crazy women came at us yelling 'white temple' like it was the last bus in existence. Anyway we ...
... asked for their autograph). The long walk down was much easier and packed with stunning views of the tea plantations.
I travelled/tagged along with Elselien and Hannah from Belgium to the final stop, George Town in Penang. We'd spent the last couple of days being convinced by a slightly dramatic Canadian woman that every man and his dog will attempt to snatch your bags. This wasn't helped in the taxi from the bus station, as we read through ...
... there are three houses – the original traditional building, which Baan’s brother Nop, his wife Soy and their three year old daughter Blang now live in, the small Akha house which we stay in (Akha is the style of the building, as lived in by the Akha people) and Gary and Baan’s new abode at the other end of the property.
The area I sit in now is not walled, but has an overhanging tiled roof supported by pillars. This protects ...