Chiangmai Phucome Hotel
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It is Jai's turn to go out for breakfast this morning so I get a bit of a lie in.
It is still raining this morning as I walk to the Exchange office then take my Baht to the bank. Slightly better rate than two days ago but still less than in Bangkok at the beginning of September.
With the constant drizzle spend most of the morning in the room watching a film on TV.
Jai goes out about 11:30 to get ...
... celebration. The family had gotten a bunch of candles and homemade tiki torches (small glass bottles filled with kerosene oil) and decorated our little area outside of our hut. I borrowed some of dad's jeans, shirt, and shawl and I had purchased a cowboy hat, red bandana, and toy guns to complete my John Wayne look for the evening. Justin mean while was dosing himself in green paint while sporting his orange Mohawk and purple shorts in an attempt ...
... doctors have completed on the effects the rings have on the body. After reading it all it's amazing to think that the rings do not stretch the neck they push the rib cage down which is why the neck looks more elongated. It also said how it's not a lasting effect on the body, if they were to take the rings off then there rib cage would eventually go back to normal. After visiting we heading back to the guest house, we had an hour to get cleaned up before tea. As per usual ...
... we saw lots of animals here including a lion, white Tigers and other Bengal Tigers. I was really surprised at how many animals they have at the park. I also think we may have seen the breeding programme in its early stages with a bit of kiss chase happening in one enclosure. The pens were small but each had a decent sized water pool and a grassy area complete with shady parts. It was great to see some of the Tigers playing in their pools as we have never seen that before. ...
... walking into the school and poking my head into a classroom where a teacher sat working!
For the next 45 minutes, this lovely person named Jean Pope, set aside the English lesson she was working on to answer my rapid-fire questions. I was so impressed with her classroom, the materials, her curriculum, and the obvious compassion and determination she possesses in order to meet the varying degree of student needs. We exchanged ...