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... all problems can be totally eliminated by following the “eightfold path”.
1. right view
2. right aspiration
3. right speech
4. right action
5. right livelihood
6. right effort
7. right mindfulness
8. right concentration
The ultimate goal of Buddhism is to attain a sublime state of Nirvana, by practicing the Noble Eightfold Path (also known as ...
... knew what it was since Brooke and I visited here last year. A scrumptious bowl of mango sticky rice and ginger tea would be awaiting me. Cheeva Spa might not win the award for 'Best Massage’, but it definitely does for its post massage snack.
Our plan following our spa treatment was to finally try a bowl of the famous Thai style soup called Khao Soi . I had a place in mind which I read about; however, the spa did not know where it was and recommended a ...
... street food and a few beers. We met an America guy from New Orleans called Emmit. We had a beer, chit chatted and he showed us the clock tower which was amazing three times a night it lights up and completely changes colour and plays music!! Best roundabout ever! We then carried on the night in a reggae bar, enjoyed the outdoor swing and after headed to a placed called hardcore where I enjoyed my ...
... cabaret show. Ah Man, I can't take that **** seriously! It's way too ridiculous! But the lead always looks like they're having so much fun, and the backup dancers (although absolutely terrible dancers) look to be enjoying themselves also. Good on them! We left and went back to the hotel after watching a couple rounds of the lady boy cabaret dances and a couple come out and sing acapella Beatles songs. The pair of them was really talented and ended the night on a great ...
... further up on the 5th level is the new Pagoda - the Chedi Kaew and details of donations (particularly huge amounts from Singapore donors) and the amounts pledged are etched on the walls in gold. We became completely disorientated on the way down and I swear that some of the hills we were negotiating were a sixty degree gradient. I was following Franki rather too closely and I was petrified that she'd slip or stall as we were riding over fallen twigs and carpets of ...