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... Dyed (12th)
-TJ's Parents coffee time, Saturday Night Market, & Rock Climbing
-Music Lessons (Khim)
- Flooded Saturday
-Albino Ant discovery, KKU exploring, A 3 night possible goodbye to our friends/family
- Music Lessons (Keyboard)
(To be continued.......)
*Sorry for the repeats in some of these pictures.
... We would then, usually as a group of 4 or 5, cook what was always a fantastic lunch full of flavour and goodness, then have the afternoon to ourselves. We filled the days with hard work, more focused yoga and meditation techniques, a visit to a temple with what seemed like a thousand steps overlooking a lake, a weekend trip to the local city, open air aerobics, a visit to the markets and lots of reading, talking and walking. I had moved myself by day 5 to the abandoned school to sleep, ...
... was reaching that cabin! The thunder paused for a few hours but picked up again during the night. I woke up from the flashes and it kept going until about 4 in the morning. I thank Mother Nature it was over by the time we had to hike back down to the center with our backpacks to check out this morning. The next mission is to get to Siem Reap in Cambodia but it might take a few buses and stops as there is no direct way to get there from here in Pak ...
... and across the Bung Kaen Nakhon lake. It is nice day and the view is lovely and clear. We are both out of shape relying on the motorbike to take us from door to door all the time and the climb has left us a bit out of breathe and with burning thighs (it isnt really very far or very high !) and we stay on the top floor for a while enjoying a rest in the fresh breeze. We descend slowly stopping on each floor to look at the exhibits in a museum ...
... an option for his treatment), he would have tried it, but he decided to come to the wat since he had no other option, but to die. He seemed very at peace with his situation. Throughout the time spent there, I surmised that having patients be at peace with their condition and the end of their life is moreso a goal than curing cancer (even though 50% of 1st and 2nd stage cancer patients have been cured and 12% of late stage cancer patients have been cured).
We also ...