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We loved this place, close to the night market and great food, great tours and we cannot wait to come back
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... at the one other thing that was also looming large. I only had one week left before going into a phase called Determination. This is 3 days and 3 nights of no sleep and 24 hour-a-day meditation. They pull everything out of your room, no bed, no blankets, no pillows. They bring your food twice a day and that is it. There was no way that I felt the physical ability or mental strength to be approaching this yet. I was barely functioning it seemed on my four hours of sleep. ...
It was kind of a whirlwind today-- getting our certificates, Daniel and Jeenal giving parting speeches, Hansaji the director of the Yoga Institute videoconferencing with us, everyone packing and lugging their bags into songtails, saying good byes... And then there were 9 in Chiang Mai! Chiang Mai is so busy and consumeristic! It's got a nice vibe though and is a good launch pad for ...
When my alarm went off this morning, I so wanted to stay under my covers and sleep a little longer. This feeling was heightened by the thought of going into the hospital for the day…for the rest of the week. Nonetheless, I crawled out of bed and eventually found myself standing at the front of the nursing school with all of the other first year Thai students and my classmates. They sang the national anthem and then turned ...
... go up and down with every step you take. There is no system for pedestrians to cross the main road, you have to wait for a red light to stop the traffic and try and cross between the cars that keep coming and turning anyway!
We reach the city walls marking the boundary to the old city and follow the moat that sits outside the city walls until we reach a bridge and can cross over. The old city has narrower roads and fewer pavements, ...
... where a hidden cavern was located behind (selfie time behind the waterfall). After cooling off in the waterfall we were given a banana leaf wrapped parcel that concealed our rice and chicken which we had to eat quickly as a number of cats suddenly befriended us.
After heading off again we continued up to Karen village and plantation where the local people have been aided by the government to grow and sell organic vegetables instead of the opium they had been accustom to ...