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... want to be diligent about keeping in contact with my buddies, because they are wonderful people.
Finally, I fulfilled my personal objectives for this course in many ways. I learned over fifteen Thai phrases that I used in everyday conversation with buddies and faculty.
The phrases are:
Cab corn kah-thank you
kah tor kah-I am sorry
... villagers new, sustainable jobs. Many of the men and women who were once addicted to opium now grow coffee and are rehabilitated from their drug addictions. Their children are getting educations at the schools that the Queen established. In a video that we watched, many of the interviewed people spoke of their love for the queen and how thankful they are for how she treated them as equals, that she didn’t forget them but sought to improve their ...
... recognise. I did however recognise the papaya salad, and the hot tabioca buns stuffed with sweet black beans. Street food at its best, the salad served in a plastic bag, as seems to be the norm for carry outs around here, liquid or otherwise.. Then a change of hotels to the lovely Siripanna.. The beginning of the programme was about to begin and I waited nervously for Ian, the organiser to ...
... to lessen their fears.
After lunch we went to a private hospital and there we got a taste of what money can buy. This hospital was more beautiful and modern than any I have ever seen in the United States. The pediatric ward had a space theme, and even the doctor’s doors looked like they were from a space shuttle. On the international floor (the nurses speak English), the rooms were large. They included a bed for family, a microwave, a TV, ...
... to think of what these animals have had to endure for mainly tourist entertainment. Others were used in large part in the logging industry. However, this practice is more heavily monitored and no longer the practice. Yet elephants are owned by families, who still use them for labour privately. The elephants, especially those used for tourist trekking or these horrible shows, have gone through a practice called Crushing. And it truly is as horrible as it sounds. The animals ...