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... to plant there three crops of rice because of sever drought.
This is is suppose to be the rainy season but this afternoon was the first real rain we have seen.
We got home in plenty of time.
hey! We found a fantastic Mexican cafe! Oh my is it good. We waddle out!
A a nice change from Thai food. Don't get me wrong Thai food is great!
but I do like Mexican!
... and hills gently rolling off them to form the horizon, and a beautiful sunset just above it on that first evening as we pulled into Chiang Rai. The roads were instantly superb, smooth and orderly and streets ahead (hehe) of those we'd become used to in Laos. It's fair to say you can feel the gulf between the development of the two nations straight away and we were looking forward to a few home comforts as we travelled further into Thailand.
Home comforts are exactly what ...
Not sure if my review is also appearing here, so I will add it.
I did kind of enjoyed the day in nature, not without wondering whether zoos are legitimate and fair for the animals.
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The site is quite nice and the amenities fairly well setup. There is still construction going on mostly around the lake (the walking trail). The entrance fee was 800 baht ($31CAD) which includes the free walk and ...
... are under the guidance of these parents. They are all Thai so that the kids continue to learn the Thai cultures. Logan went with a family that cooked fried bananas and were boys. I got to go with Paige and Stephanie with a family of all girls except for one 5 year old boy. We played games, learned a Thai dance and then the girls braided our hair. At 12 we had lunch with the missionaries ...
... big job of 100 essays for the blog! I've been wrapping up the semester at my two Thai schools and have been working to complete assignments for the two online courses I'm enrolled in right now.
Many things have happened in this first month of the new year: My school had Sport Day, Tony had a birthday, Jess came to visit, we made two new friends, we went to "Monk Chat," my school had a cooking competition, and this weekend is the Chiang ...