Green Lake Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... one BIG black bug. Oh I didn’t kill him (he was too big for me to consider that anyway), but I must say, he did not get an act of loving kindness from me as I tried desperately and a little frantically to get him off of my chest (I mean, I was NOT ready for that test of fortitude, compassion and understanding yet.)
Of course the first fling of my hand did nothing (not to kill him, but to remove him!) - as if he was glued to me, but it took only a fraction of a ...
... some endangered species. Has seen better days and cages a bit sparse and small. Across the road was the folk museum. Entrance fee B50 each. Collections of tools (a number of coconut graters in shapes of animals), textiles,old photographs,tanks of fish,game traps and lots of other odd things. An interesting place and well worth the visit. When we'd finished there was no tuktuk to be found so we ...
... the local vegetables. Then back to the cooking class. We all got to choose our meals. We started off making a Massaman curry paste from scratch with the mortar and pestle, grinding all the chilis... made me want to have my mom's from back home....other things we made included: prawns and coconut soup, chicken with cashews, springrolls, pad thai, fried bananas with caramel sauce... and the trickiest dish- Pad Thai-'timing was everything', the kids loved making it and ...
... lined three sides of a large step-down area that had dozens of pillows neatly organized around the periphery. On the fourth side, a beautiful stage rose above the sitting area, crafted with beautiful Thai architecture. In the step-down seating area, patrons could sit on the ground and eat the constant flow of food that the waiters and waitresses brought, and then sit back and enjoy the performance. We sat under the pavilion, at a long wooden table, ...
... were given a tour. They showed us their "fire escape" route which is a slide and they put the mattress on and add water and bam down the slide they go. Maybe the united states should look into that?? next we entered the trauma ward and i was quite interested into what the rooms were going to look like. Would their be a bed? what would they be laying on? well needless to say they did not have individual rooms it was one big room with beds right next to each other. ...