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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... because she thought that I said we had to do good to go to heaven. However, I reiterated that we cannot do anything good to go to heaven, but what Jesus did paid fully for our sins so that we could go to heaven. I wish I could have talked to her more, but we had work to do.
We went around the village and saw what resources the people had. They shared everything with each other. It reminded me what the early Christians did, and it made me want to live in a place ...
... village stay and also got all my gifts out
and organized them to see what all that I have bought. I think I have enough
stuff but everything is so cheap I want to keep getting stuff, if there is
anything that anyone wants let me know!!
In the end today was a very educational day about Thailand
but I am glad to be back at school and if it were only soon time to go back to
Keep warm everyone,
... earlier. In many ways I found it more interesting than the White Temple as it was pretty bizarre and made you question what inspired the artist to build this community of buildings filled with dead things. Not sure I want to know, but it was a unique style of art that I’ve not seen yet so in that sense it was intriguing.
Once we had our fill of dead things we got back in the car and on our way to Chivit Thamma Da for our Christmas spa treatment. We arrived and ...
... to began my vigil. Yuki wandered around examining the carvings. Within minutes of my vigil, a dreamlike imagery flooded my senses and I saw a group of men seated around a wood table. They were criminals. Opium traffickers. A thin man bust into the restaurant with an automatic gun and shot them all dead and walked calmly out. A drug deal gone bad. A lot of money did not go where it was supposed to go. The owner of the hotel ...
... and some of the people, primarily the women before we arrived. The tribe that is most famous and recognizable is that of the longneck tribe. This is where the women insert brass rings around their necks starting at a very young age, adding them as they age. We learned that this doesn't actually elongate or stretch their neck, but actually pushes down their shoulders. It was amazing to see how many rings some of these women had, especially the older women. We got to see ...