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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... Nathan and I had found three adjacent spots on a car not "reserved for monks and the disabled" (as a sign had disappointingly informed us in the first spot we selected). Our seats afforded excellent people watching - in addition to the children, our car was alternately shared by an older Thai man missing a pinky, a uniformed man carrying a giant fish in an ice-filled bag, a group of sleepy-looking (and scruffy) westerners, vendors carrying food and drink, a ...
... He is fluent in English, so understandably he travels the world to teach meditation and has been to Vancouver. His lesson was clear, yet profound and made a lot of sense, presented using PowerPoint with laptop, iPad and all!! The evening session with Gan, our coordinator, showed some progress. I had much better focus and we had a very lively discussion afterwards where she shared some of her learning experiences. The second day of ...
... which is the Smoke House. I thought I’ll visit the
on the way back.
this dinner, I decided to find some tradition food like Papaya Salad
and mixed grill at local restaurant around here ‘cus I was so tried
of driving for a whole day. In the next morning, the early sunshine
woke me up. I was still yarnnnnnnnnnnn … and didn’t want to leave
my bed. I left the resort about 10 am and heading to the Smoke House
restaurant for my lunch ;))
... ride out to the park entrance, where the Thai military guarded the gated entries into the park (I guess with elephants running around, you can’t just let people roam through the grounds). We got out of the trucks while the drivers and professors spoke to the guards and we walked over to the giant park sign for a group picture. A massive Thai biker gang had parked along the road there and was hanging out in the side yard too. They took pictures of our group picture too ...
... however excellent for us and we sped along at 17mph. Poor Polly has been feeling pretty unwell with heartburn but she struggled on determined to get to Bangkok in two days from the border rather than the previously planned three.
One of my curiosities was how the people would be different to the extreme warmth of the Cambodians. The early answer is not much. A couple of relaxing drinks stops confirmed that we would receive ...