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Decent hotel but staff is a little loud! large rooms, big tv
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... science professor who got his masters at CU. Colorado connection #2. Austins flight came in on time and our arrangements to meet at an intersection near one of the busiest parts of Bangkok actually worked! We stayed at the hostel I had been at already. Friday was spent walking, touring wat Arun, and stopping for some drinks at a rooftop bar across from wat Arun. Since we were in Bangkok, we thought we should see the crazy part. Around 9 we took ...
... we migrated next door to the night club and were able to dance fox trot, rumba and cha cha to the background music playing to an empty night club. Eventually things improved in the Queen’s Room and we managed to recognise and dance a walz and foxtrot and quickstep. That achieved we moved to the other end of the ship to see Roy Walker UK comedian who was very funny for 45 minutes. Tomorrow there is a Beatles Tribute Band but for tonight that is
... way for 10 minutes before having to backtrack. Did at least see this cool lorry though! Soaked with sweat on account of walking in the sun with the bag, nice, better get used to it. Eventually thought I'd take a look at the skytrain station, if nothing else counter the annoyance of failing to find the bus station. My Bangkok map is an alternative version of reality, things are simply not where they say they are, and reading the fine print on the ...
... 8217;t have English class today. We ended up getting back around 12:30 so I was able to make it to my 5th period class. When I walked in, they all said, “Teacher, you said no class today.”
“Yes, I know, but I got back early.”
And then the class erupted into cheers and applause. Everyone should get that kind of assurance that their work is ...
... were not as accommodating. On Saturday I basically just babysat, and did a poor job of it too. I gave them worksheets and tried to teach, but I had no voice and no energy. The fifth and sixth graders from the regular program were actually really great about it, but I still ended up with a girl sobbing because a boy in the class hit her. It’s really difficult to discipline kids when they don’t know what you’re saying and even ...