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... actual cooking school.
We met Nouk and went to the Thong Khan Kham market by Tuk Tuk and although I had been to a market previously it was great to get a local's perspective. Who would have thought there were so many varieties and prices of both normal rice and sticky rice to buy. We walked round the fruit and veggie section, tasted coconut water ( not a huge fan) and then ventured into ...
... teachers), a Physics camp has been planned to take place at our school the following day. We are told that these types of camps usually take weeks of planning to ensure that the more than 150 students with have places to sleep, bathe and most importantly eat. After teaching our morning class, we are informed that our afternoon class has been cancelled so that the students can help prepare for the camp. After finishing our lunch at school, one of the ...
... We wrapped up appropriately and sat outside awaiting our breakfast, when it arrived the eggs on toast were nice but the hot water for coffee was awesome, a lack of kettle in the room mean Andy was gasping for a cup of tea by the time it finally arrived!After breakfast we headed out in our car to Wat Kham Chanot, a sacred temple in the outskirts of the jungle and believed to the the place where the Naga (many headed Snake gods) are able to emerge from their underground ...
... be him, but a girl can dream.
Seat belts are only compulsory to the people in the front seat of a car, and even then it's a toss up.
Despite terrifying traffic conditions people often don't wear helmets on motorcycles, even though they cost like 158฿ (baht) which is roughly the equivalent of $5.13 CAD. So far the record of most people on a ...
... talking English. Who knows! Doesn't really matter to us, we're just happy how it all played out so smoothly in our favour.
At the cafe we booked a 2 nights stay in the capital of Laos (from Wednesday) and plane tickets to Vietnam for this coming Friday, while we were both enjoying some tasty kiwi shakes!
After that we went searching for postcards, something that turned out to be a very hard hunt. We ended up with some ice cream instead. We roamed ...