C H Hotel
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Arrived here to have breakfast and try to tidy ourselves up for the cooking lesson at 10 am! Bearing in mind that we didn't have a room as not available until the afternoon. Travelled to the market where the organiser showed us the fresh fruit that we would be using in our lesson. Travelled to the cooking school where Pom showed us how to make the meal and we all went to our stations and made our own, then went and ate it! We ...
... so we may our way down the Main Street to check out the temples. There are temples everywhere with temple dogs and cats. They appear to be sacred. We checked out three temple enclosures. Each of these had several temples. A main temple and adjoining smaller temples. All very impressive so were dispensed with our shoes (as required) and entered. The monks were in trading all attire. Some very young - about 8yrs old and mostly in their twenties. The most ...
I'm reverting back to writing about Chiang Mai because I realized I forgot to write about the most important part of Chiang Mai – meeting Chris and Henry. Heather met Chris in our hostel while I was at yoga one day. He’s an American from Texas, living in Korea teaching English and was traveling alone so he decided to tag along with us for the day. We had a lazy day going to get ice cream at ...
... in the background. A double rainbow is the symbol of transformation from the material to the spiritual, the ascent of life energy. How that affects Erin and I..who knows. We've now had three days of in class teaching. So far they have all been kindies and pre-kindies. Thursday and Friday we will each have a class of Pratholm 3-4, maybe 9-10 year old kids. These kids should actually be able to understand and respond to us ...
... where the driver proceeded to sing R.Kelly's "I believe I Can Fly" to get me in the mood for ziplining.
I was quickly given the nickname of Britney Spears by 1 of the instructors and was continuously serenaded with the song "Hotel California" throughout the day by different instructors after they asked where I was from.
My favorites of the group by far were 2 older Chinese men who were wearing all white 80's style workout gear, ...