Chiangmai Hill 2000 Hotel
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... there is also the mindfulness that you are giving each portion of the movement.
You have no idea the mental exhaustion you feel from these processes the entire day and it truly puts your brain in a place that you have NEVER been before. We meditated for 12 hours a day (1 hour sitting, 1 hour walking anywhere from 3 to 5 hour sessions at a time. ) Added to that was the six hours of sleep you get initially, reduced to only four hours a night after the first week, plus ...
... over half an hour. Metered taxi. B120 for toll road,B50 for driver B200 meter. Far better than B1300 wanted for hotel transfer. Room 211 with hot wall and carpet so changed to 306 which had a better layout and was larger but a strange smell from the drains - suppose can't have everything. Each floor is themed on a different area of thailand (3rd-northeastern Thailand ). Complimentary choice of drinks from the fridge, a coffee maker with proper coffee and apples and water ...
... two couples from Canada (Burlington, Ontario- but they didn't know Papa)! When we first arrived we went to visit two baby elephants and their Moms. One elephant was only four days old and the other one was eight weeks old. The eight week year old elephant kept playfully head butting people and stepping on our feet and taking our flip flops! We all ended up laughing so much!
We walked over to the rest of the elephants and there we learned a little bit about ...
... buddies in the afternoon. We’re gonna teach them the wobble! America at its finest. I think it’ll be a hit, but I’ll let you know how it goes!!
P.S. I hear it’s freezing back home. Can’t say I’m at all looking forward to returning to that…I’m trying to soak up the shorts and t-shirt weather as much as possible here! In the meantime, I’m sending you all warm thoughts! Love ya’ll! ...
... caring for their loved ones, or had been patients themselves and appreciated the knowledgeable, personal care that the nurses provided. As we gave our own reasons, they were almost all the same. There is a commonality in nursing, which leads to camaraderie even internationally. There is a passion to help others, a desire to provide the best care by learning as much as possible, a motivation to emulate the nurses whom we ...