Krungsri River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We opt for walking as it isn't too hot yet and we can see several old stupas nearby. We stop in at a Buddhist temple where the monk blesses up by chanting and splashing us with water. It's getting hot so we trek to find a place for some lunch and after a break in the AC head back to the main ruins of Ayutthaya. The 3 old stupas are ...
... used every pair of scissors in the place. He changed caps on his razor four times and went over the same patches so many times I was pretty sure there was no hair left for him to be cutting (turns out I was right about that). At one point I thought my fuzzy silhouette was reminiscent of Paul McCarney era 1964. Very British invasion chic. But that was about twenty minutes before he was done, and Paul eventually was cut away. It was only in the last ...
... 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 ...
... of the stuff we learned was pretty redundant for me, because I'd already received my Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certification. However, the Thailand specific things were invaluable to learn. As was the week of bonding with all the new teachers. Our hotel for the week was the Riverview hotel and the largest hotel room I've ever stayed in. Our room was bigger than the either floor of my apartment last year. Thai people also have a thing about ...