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-so long ago I can't remember now... but I have some pictures, read in the captions what was happening.
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... silence, consisting of freshly made granola, tons of fresh tropical fruit, a fresh coconut yoghurt, and some toasted oats, wow! Each day after breakfast we would then talk about the plans for the day, what jobs we could do, from helping to clean the temple to building the outside kitchen or stone columns for the roof, earth bags for a seating area, tiled mosaics, anything really, each day from 8am until 1pm it was hands on time, a chance to reflect, converse, learn and ...
... it's true colors all over the night sky. Waited and waited and eventually it had to be done! Let's just say I have never been this scared in my entire life! Walking 1km with my heart in my throat in the middle of a thunderstorm in the middle of a national park in Thailand...the last 1km was a road in the middle of the open and I swear I thought I was gonna die. We both ran that last km in flip flops and I was so scared there is no words...the ...
... think about didnt bother. This time we take the easy option of the bus from just outside the hotel (Bus No 8, 9Bht each) and for about 40p it drops us off right outside the main entrance gate to Wat Nongwang.
We remove our shoes as prtocol demands and enter the main hall at ground level where Jai stop;s to pay her respects to the resident Buddha with flowers and incense sticks. We then make the climb to the top to enjoy the views back over ...
... liver cancer and who has been at the wat (temple) for one week. After one week, he stressed how much of a community there is among cancer patients who are there and how they are his family (even though his younger brother is also there as his care taker). He chose to come to the wat because he did not want to lose his hair from chemotherapy and because doctors in Thailand did not really offer him any course of treatment. Had Western medicine been available to him (chemo ...