Huarn Jana Boutique Resort
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... very 'life style' orientated. Jewellery shop also a bit ott. Walked around the back street and popped into the local pharmacy to pick up mozzie repellent and tiger balm. Very well stocked and shiney shop. Around the block then home. Popped to the meeting place to see Joe and have a spot of dinner-Club & smoothies. Fon also popped ...
I walk to Wararot market for our breakfast at 06:30 leaving Jai to rustle up some hot water for a coffee at reception.
First thing this morning I go out for a walk retracing old steps. Cross the night bazaar road and discover a new Chinese temple which was still under construction last time we were here. I walk across the old metal bridge over the PIng to where the Tourist office was located in a beautiful old ...
... and then attempted sleep. Even with ear plugs in, it felt like I was trying to sleep in the middle of fusion dance floor as the rest of the group were still drinking and had the music on. I think even if they had been sat out side just talking I wouldn't of got any sleep, bamboo walls don't exactly keep any noise out. The rest of the group finally headed to bed around 1 am with some still outside till around 2 am so finally a few hours sleep could be ...
... of the trainers are holding sticks, and I read a review on trip advisor where a woman had said"they probably torture them with the sticks they are holding" at the end of the day it doesn't matter how well trained they are,they are still a wild animal and it's only got to take one slight thing! So I stayed out of the big tiger cage!!! We had a look around and the lions seemed very docile, although there was one beautiful Siberian tiger in a tiny cage and it was just ...
... yet once again, the difference is in the perspective. In the U.S., the poor, the uneducated, the struggling are so well aware of what they don’t have. They live within a society defined by mass consumerism, where they are blamed for not making the “correct choices” in their lives to be able to be active participants in that consumerism, especially since they live within the “land of endless opportunity”. So not only are they struggling every day to ...