Charoen Thani Princess
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... steep section where we had to hold on to the concrete wall to help keep our shoes from slipping. Unfortunately I think a lot of people seem to grab the same spot on the wall there and possibly leave behind residue that possibly attracts very Large red ants that bite. And yes I found that out the painful way. Yikes! I had my hands on the wall trying not to let my feet slip out from under me and all of a sudden I've got major pain on my hand and wrist. Yes those ...
All for a computer cable... A blog post by Erik Well...we don't seem to be able to get our Apple TV to work at our condo...this travelling is SOOO tough...I know!! Seriously though, it does kind of help your mental health to be able to have a family night movie, it reminds us of a comforting activity we used to do at home. So begins the journey to find the cable that would allow me to connect the mini display port on my computer to our HDMI cable on the condo's TV. Try explaining ...
... my own, in a massive room, but it was a lot better than my hut, only because of my noisy room mates. Over the course of the ten days, we both managed a lot of soul searching, learning things about ourselves, about being in a community, a shared consciousness, about respect for others and for different beliefs, along with making some valuable friendships. Christian was an inspiration, a visionary, with such an approachable and king demeaner that would put anyone at ease. We didn't get ...
... and across the Bung Kaen Nakhon lake. It is nice day and the view is lovely and clear. We are both out of shape relying on the motorbike to take us from door to door all the time and the climb has left us a bit out of breathe and with burning thighs (it isnt really very far or very high !) and we stay on the top floor for a while enjoying a rest in the fresh breeze. We descend slowly stopping on each floor to look at the exhibits in a museum ...
... an option for his treatment), he would have tried it, but he decided to come to the wat since he had no other option, but to die. He seemed very at peace with his situation. Throughout the time spent there, I surmised that having patients be at peace with their condition and the end of their life is moreso a goal than curing cancer (even though 50% of 1st and 2nd stage cancer patients have been cured and 12% of late stage cancer patients have been cured).
We also ...