Krungsri River Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... 8217;ve been institutionalized in this system of 'why bother they’ll be gone tomorrow’ and ‘I’ll pass anyways’ is it any surprise they have behavioral issues in the classroom?
My students receive English from me once a week, but they are also being instructed by the Thai teachers (who are often teaching from workbooks and Google translate because their own English is in need of some tutoring). My job is for them ...
... pneumonia. I had the opportunity to teach Brooke and Nicole a bit about breath sounds here i.e. pneumonia patient and listening for rales or crackles. All clear! The child was doing much better. I also showed them the Babinski Sign on a child (this is a neurological test that shows positive in children under two, in adults a positive would indicate neurological disorder). We then returned to the hospital and were sent to the laboratory for the remainder of the day. We had ...
... learned that I am a "farlang." Basically this is a title for white foreigners. It's not really racist but can be used in that sense. Kind of like "Jew." Jew is the name of a people and perfectly acceptable to use. However, if you use it in the wrong situation of tone, it is offensive. Same goes for farlang (fah-long). It's funny to hear people speaking in Thai and hearing that term. Most farlang do not know that they are a farlang. -- Friday night, my host family and ...
... to have a slight breeze being on a bicycle. We managed, awkwardly, to take the bicycles on the boat with us, with some help from a friendly local man. The guesthouse had a lovely balcony overlooking the river, with some wooden deck chairs, and a perfectly placed fan. We plonked ourselves here for the evening, popping out for a very average dinner, and returning with some beers to sit and watch an impressive storm light up the sky. A slow and lazy morning, enjoying the balcony and ...
... Then dotted amongst the modern buildings are areas which look more like parkland. These are the temple areas which are now protected and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
We had seen many many temples like this but for Dave & Hannah it was all new and fascinating. The temples themselves were really lovely though and the buddhas were all cloaked in yellow and gold sashes which added some interest to the photos.
We moved from site to site in the car stopping ...