B2 Premier Resort & Spa
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Today is Sunday, so we took a little time to have a short devotional time. It has been very interesting to see how we feel that the Thai people are modeling Christ to us through their humility and service even though most of them are Buddhist.
We met our buddies at 10 am for shopping day. Instead of taking a bus, we took a blue truck with 3 benches (one on either side and one in the middle) and windows that are always open. I enjoyed ...
... different than American culture and I have a lot to learn from my Thai buddies. I am impressed by their constant concern for our group's needs and well-being. I have been told frequently that if there is anything I should need all I have to do is ask. They put our needs above their own. This is evident with the apartment room accommodations. We are in a separate guest house that they built only a few years ...
... There were 11 in our group -- 3 couples, a pair of sisters, and a father daughter pair. The daughter, Ana, is a Peace Corps volunteer stationed in another part of Thailand. She's about halfway through about a 3 year your of duty. I connected with her most. She's a vegetarian and a yogi. Very friendly and engaging.
The park is about 65 km north of Chang Mai and it took a little over an hour to get there. When we stepped off the van I was surprised ...
... a chance to buy a cd of the photos if we wanted. I didn't even bother looking at mine - I had the pictures on my camera and I didn't bring enough money at any rate. Finally we headed back into town.
I dozed off on the ride back in as we were all pretty tired. I was the last person dropped off, since my drop location was so far out of the way of everyone else who was in some part of downtown. Not that Chiang Mai is super large ...
... t your range free chicken farm, but they were fresh eggs so I wasn't complaining. After exploring we went to lunch on scooters (we have a scooter at our disposal) and had another delicious meal that we didn't have to pay for. Part of the agreement while wwoofing is that we trade our work while in return all our accommodations and food are covered by the farmers. Honestly we are in a situation that is too good to be true. It's incredible and we ...