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... than Europe at around £30 each.
We visited the Wat (Buddhist temple) over looking the city. The views overlooking the city are reported to be spectacular. I will take there word for it as when we visited the early morning mist covered the area around the temple and nothing could be seen.
As part of the tour you get the chance to sit in found of a Buddhist monk who using a whisk sprays the ...
... hiked an hour in the dark up a creek bed to the very basic training camp. Devon spent 5 days and night in the camp training and learning a lot from Andy who has been teaching for many years and has been in Thailand 25. He is originally from Toronto Canada but lived on Salt Spring Island in the 70’s (small world).
The Camp: (as per Andy's words)
It is an isolated Camp on the side of a mountain bordering on ...
... br> pee sow-older sister
aroy mak-very delicious
su-AY mak- very beautiful
Chan rak khun-I love you.
Chai Yen-milk tea
Mai pet-no spice
Khun pen ba-You are crazy
(I did not make it my objective to learn the spellings.) :)
I also learned the general hierarchy of the school. There is the director with the deputy director under her. The deputy director fills ...
... fire. They both tasted really plain…I was hankering for a s’more. Towards the end of night, we danced in a circle around the fire in the Thai traditional dance we’ve learned here. We also did the Wobble to the folk music, which was an experience to say the least.
We were all exhausted, so we went to bed once the fire was put out. It’s hard to believe we are in a tiny village in the mountains ...
... great fun and a great learning experience for our Thai buddies and for us as well!
I wasn't too hungry right at the beginning, so I found MyMay, one of my buddies. She was making the Thai tea, and she taught me how to make the one with lime and salt added. I actually liked that far more than the Thai milk tea alternative. After we finished making that for everyone, we made the Thai salad. I found out that My May had not cooked many of these things for herself so ...