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... it cool here but we all know I have got Bieber fever!!) Wednesday and Thursday was singing songs and dancing/games with students. The first group were aged about 12-15 and we had planned to sing nursery rhymes as didn't realise they were quite a bit older. We will have to do some re-thinking as 'row row row your boat' didn't go down too well! Thursday's group were younger and they loved it. I always seem to take on the role of the ...
I'm studying a little bit Thai language to prepare for this tour
- CONVERSATION & ESSENTIALS
- sà·wàt·dee kráp (for men)
- sà·wàt·dee kâ(for women)
- Goodbye - lah gòrn
- Yes - châi
- No - mâi châi
- Please - kŏr
- Thank you - kòrp kun ...
... those I met along the trip: Senen, Blanqui, Vanne, Matt, Thomas, “Fehin”, Andrew, Christina, Alexander, Amir, Jon, Gabri, Auromala & Dhir, Rick, Soviet, Hennie, Rik, Ken…
Also thanks to those who followed my blog and would make comments to it. It was nice to see someone was ready all this nonsense.
... guy 50B to shine his shoes, fair enough - the guy provided a service. We have also seen any number of people begging on the street and - when I have a few Baht in coins - I will stick them in the first cup I pass; but going around acting like you have just done something that is worth a price takes some nerve and I can't believe the kid walked off with 60B after less than minute for absolutely sweet FA!! Tch! Whatever I guess, that's Pattaya.
So, like I ...
... it all down and your day will be just fine.
Maybe watch the bobbing shaven heads belonging to Asian bodies clothed in saffron red or Dutch orange colored robes involved in their early morning daily Bindabaat, their alms round, carrying shyning small iron kettles wherein you can deposit your karmic benefits...
However tranquil these Thai early mornings might be and very enjoyable for me in any other part of the ...