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8 January 2014
I couldn't think of anyway to begin this other than, welcome back it’s been 6 months since
my last entry. Needless to say it has been an incredible journey in which I
have decided to let loose and see where it can go. In the past few months I have encountered
some issues, yet I had some of the most influential moments in my career, and
more importantly, my life. I have really
worked on my career at various ...
... an eye exam before going home because it’s been much more than a year since I last had one. I talked to a teacher at my school and she said that she went to an eye doctor in the mall with good results. So I headed over today to see what I could get taken care of.
I had a little hiccup at first; the doctor had limited English and thought that I wanted contacts for the first time. I kept trying to ask him if ...
... she informed me that it was a graph of which subjects the students like. It made me happy that the kids seem to be learning and enjoying themselves while doing it.
The only other big news is that I have booked my flight home. I will return April 15 after experiencing the first day of Songkran, the Thai New Year. My friend Jo attended last year and told me to be prepared to come home still soaked from the event. I can’t ...
... long? Are these actually cute?” We can no longer decide if the funky Asian styles are legimately cute or if we’ve just become too accustomed to seeing them everywhere. Don’t judge me on my clothes when I come home.
On Saturday, I went into Bangkok with Sarah and met up with a bunch of people to go out. When Sarah and I first got to town, we went shopping at Central World. It’s been rebuilt since the May riots and is ...
... on the edge of one of the hills, you have to climb a series of brightly decorated stairs to reach the temple, huffing-and-puffing all the way. You can then look out across the straits back to the mainland, admiring all the shipping activity. You could carry on up the hill at this stage, climbing a further 500 stairs to something called the "Buddha's footprint", but the view was good enough from this height, so we bumbled back down the steps and back through the ...