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- Swimming pool
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... difficult. Panic, panic but we survived. If we were not negotiating mud it was over the mountains again and again and again, not happy. Half way through Brian got the runs so we had to stay an extra day in Mandalay while the group moved on. The government official came back for us the next day, we were not allowed to travel alone. And if all this was not bad enough, we were travelling in temperatures of up to 40 degrees, just ...
... and trim are in dark teak wood. Bathroom is very nice, and there is a sweet rooftop pool. (Although the view from the rooftop is just of a bunch of metal and tin shanties and backs of buildings. Further away in the haze and smog, you can see the prominent buildings that make up Silom and Sukhomvit.)
I was sweaty because it is in the upper 80s here and humid, so I took a shower and then a four hour nap. Then I grabbed some late dinner and made my way back ...
... toast, cereal/granola, yogurt, and orange juice. The Thai breakfast was considerably more tasty. I also tried dragon fruit, a white fruit with black seeds, for the first time.
We signed up to take a tour to the Rose Gardens after breakfast. It’s quite remarkable that the roses can grow in this heat! It is supposedly “winter” and it is about 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Quite lovely weather in my opinion! At the ...
... have barely matched our limited ideas of how things would unfold. In reality, most of our days have far surpassed our expectations, beyond anything our limited thoughts could have imagined. We have learned to lean into the questions, the mysteries, and trust that these excursions are built to create very memorable times of learning.
For today we understood we were taking a train ride to the Bridge on the River Kwai in ...