Ayatana Hamlet & Spa, Chiang Mai
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I'm tucked up in bed on my iPad, whilst Jonny is fast asleep next to me, cutie. We've had a smashing day, the best day yet! So we entered Chiang Mai at around 8am. But luckily for me I was woken up by my lovely boyfriend at 10 to 7 haha! But it couldn't be helped, as the man wanted to convert all the beds back to seats before arriving in a Chiang Mai. When we arrived at Chiang Mai train station, we came to terms with the fact that we had not actually booked anywhere to ...
... of our traditions and values. Part of this is due to the fact that Christianity is seen as a respectable and “good” belief system because it promotes virtues that Buddhism would also espouse, like humility, kindness, self-sacrifice, generosity, etc.
After the morning ceremony, we piled into the van and drove to the hospital for our first clinical day. We arrived at trauma ward and got oriented to the floor. The trauma ...
... Wat there were 300 steps to climb, but there was also a lift for another option. A few of us took the stairs and it was interesting because the stairs were all different sizes and there was no "right side goes up and left side goes down," just wherever you fit.
We entered the wat at the top of the hill and walked past a row of enormous bells. Kate and I passed by them hitting the bell pulls just as the children and adults before us had done. Some bells were tall ...