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... muttered something in Thai, turned around and got off the bus. Exhale.... I'm not too sure if this was a scam point or whether is was a legit checking point. Either way, the bus fired back up and was on it's way again. The next stop was about 20 minutes from the border, and it was a very quick stop. It was for the driver to pick up our lunch, no sweat here. Finally got to the Poipet Border, and because we had the government bus we had priority in the queuing line. We was ...
... to society,
and not the other way round, and in this course make a
thoughts… Learn the
art of dying by learning the art of living.
a stage where we can control our reactions so that no misery, sadness, or joy
can affect us – they say to us.
feeling all these emotions is
us humans. But it
makes sense what they say. If ...
... bigger than the Forbidden Palace. I kid you not, there are stadiums that can hold up to 1 million meditators!! They are even constructing an animation/production building just to produce Buddhism related education films. The vision behind this temple was from the late nun Kuhn Yay (the gifted disciple of the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam). The focus was not building elaborate traditional temples, but rather economic and simple structures that ...
... we spent 2 days in this small village near the park taking turns on touring and relaxing. We left the Lopburi Inn Hotel at 6am in order to get to our next hotel in time for the first group’s tour. It’s called the something Garden Lodge (no Thai name on the sign) and clearly caters to English tourists, but I don’t mind so much—the grounds were beautiful and filled with flowers, plants, and fruit trees, the rooms were spacious and each had their own outdoor ...
... rice because there was no bread for the egg sandwich. Then the cook reappeared with a loaf of bread. She then only took another 10 minutes to half toast the bread and place the now stone cold omelette alongside aforementioned toast. Bless them, they were trying.
Then the border crossing. No obvious system but some helpful people pointed the way through. We passed through the Casino Zone. Apparently an all night venue ...