Chiangmai Grandview Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the focus on your breath. The focus in walking meditation – a snail’s paced walk back and forth across a 30’ room, is only on the steps you are taking and how you take them, by saying the words, “rising, lifting, moving, lowering, touching, pressing” for each foot movement as you take each step. So, if you think there is any kind of a fast walk here, just try saying that many words in one step. Not only are the words defining the timing of your ...
Leisurely breakfast -downstairs again and a la carte. They seem to do alternate days upstairs and down. Work out trying to get my rucksack shut! Went for a stroll around the two nearby wats. Lots quieter than originally although less locals and more tourists. Finally made a decision on Chiang Rai and made the booking. 1pm-transfer to airport Flight-big plane. 57B&C.Not very busy so had three seats to ourselves. Snack brown paper bag containing some water and a cookie. Flight ...
... would be riding elephants. On our last full day in Thailand we decided to split up so that everybody could do what they wanted to do; Katie and Mom went zip lining and Evan, Dad and I went to an elephant camp.
We had to wake up pretty early (6:45) to be ready for for the van. The van drove us from Chiang Mai for about 50 minutes to an elephant camp. On the ride we met the people that we would be spending our day with. There was a couple from Australia ...
... no when I need to, to express my opinion in a way that isn’t aggressive or condescending, and being ok if others don’t agree or even if they never come to the same conclusion. I really want to work on this and learn how to be more assertive because I think it is a life skill that is necessary for both the workplace and relationships.
Tomorrow we are going to the hospital for the morning and then having a cultural day ...
... ratio, but this was said with a sweet smile and left at that.
Rather than complaining, they take great pride in their work and recognize the significance of it. At one point in our tour, we were talking with the Thai nursing students and I asked them why they wanted to become nurses (a question I have been asked many times). Some had aunts or cousins who were nurses and inspired them to also be nurses. Others had ...