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... someone had warned us about their skill level. The next class we drove to was 6th graders. It was a huge class and they knew a bit more, and we taught them something a bit easier from a book. We have translators, but it's difficult to have fun with them and encourage them to feel safe when they don't understand what you're saying. Also, in ghana, when I was teaching it was really not necessary. There were teachers there, they were just letting us take over. But here, we are the ...
Chiang Rai was getting cold and overcast and it was clearly time to head further south. Wifi and communications were difficult and we did what we never do, have a travel agent book us. We spent a few aimless hours at the Bangkok airport, much too much of it on buses to and from airplanes. Hat Yai is a provincial capital with much more of a ethnic look of Malaysia than Bangkok and points north. But ...
... only two in a dorm room of six), and headed for my bus to Chiang Khong, but of course not without popping into my new favourite bakery again for a spot of lunch before the journey ahead. Luckily, only another two hours to my next Chiang... But this time there was no VIP bus... How rude! But being the humble traveller that I am.. I happily climbed aboard the stuffy (slightly rickety) old bus, (with no leather reclining seats or free water/snacks), but only setting me back ...
I have been with International Humanity Foundation (IHF)
Co-Directing the Chiang Rai center for a little over 7 months and have learnt
more than I expected. Before joining IHF I worked with different non-profit
organizations as a private prosecutor prosecuting cases of commercial sexual
exploitation and just completed my Masters’ in International Crime and Justice.
Working with a grass root nonprofit like IHF is the ...
... the northern part of Thailand – Chiang Rai.
Chiang Rai: This northernmost city of Thailand was under Burmese rule for several hundred years. It was here, in 1432, that the Emerald Buddha was discovered when an earthquake split the Chedi at Wat Phra Kaeo of Chiang Rai City.
Another name for stupa ...