Charoen Thani Princess
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Helllo, hello, hello.... Sawadee Kha, Mingalarbar. What an amazing journey this has been. We are now at the stage of looking forward to our return home. We have been through many wonderful journeys within our experience living in Asia.
-4th Anniversary, Chiang Mai
... of washing the riding kit was first priority as usual. Catching up with Skype calls and the blog was next. It is so easy to keep in touch these hi-tech days. Dinner was in-house, fantastic, Thai hot and filled the spot nicely. The deck setting overlooking a pool/fountain was very relaxing. Some Thai Navy was getting married and having the reception in the motel so there were plenty of flash white uniforms around to warm the hearts of our ex-Navy ...
... This past week I have been very busy setting up my new classroom, meeting with my co-workers, and moving into the house. I had many meetings this week, two on Monday with all of the EP (English Program) teachers. After we went bowling and then out to dinner. I have great co-workers and I am really looking forward to this teaching experience. I know only about 2 of my students thus far. One ...
... source that substitutes for a stove. On Friday evening, we went to Tesco Lotus (the big grocery store in Khon Kaen) and bought ingredients for no-bake cookies. With caramel, honey, Honey Stars (our substitute for not having Rice Krispies), and chocolate, we were able to make delicious dessert cookies. It was quite the feat (and a bit pricy), but was so worth it since I had been craving normal American desserts for awhile.
Later on Friday night, we found out ...
... s health system now, but in a little less than one month from now, we will start doing community visits. This past weekend, each group was responsible for going to a community that can potentially serve as the location of our final projects during our last class, and interview community members to gauge health concerns and to brainstorm potential interventions.
My group went to Mitrapap, which is one of the communities that half of the program had visited ...