Mae Rim Lagoon
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- Swimming pool
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... to find work. This leaves us about ten days to spend in Chiang Mai. We spent an evening at a village about 45 minutes outside of town...fairly rural, very green and quite peaceful. It was really wonderful to get away from the city. Our friends family lives them and we had a mini-feast of BBQ mussels, shrimp, squid and pork. Really quite fabulous! Not a whole lot of English was spoken, but there was a lot of laughter and picture taking. In the ...
... cholesterol and produces uric acid. So, it's all I can do to stay inside and put on Deet!
Oh yeah, so I've been continuing to have trouble meditating, so this morning I tried something different. Instead of rolling out of bed 20-30 minutes before meditation, I got up a whole hour before. I stretched, drank a cup of bael tea, did some light reading, before going into meditation! Well, what do you know... it didn't change anything, haha. ...
... traditional dances to share. We shared the limbo and the Wobble again, since none of those students had learned it yet. The Fin students taught everyone a really fun, but simple, dance too that everyone enjoyed. It was neat seeing people from different corners of the world sharing and participating in other cultures. After many dances, we concluded the conference for the day.
Soon after the conference, we started getting ready for our Farewell party. ...
... and they have a small enough community that they all seem to know each other and take care of each other. Of course, tourism has become a major source of revenue for them, which has changed some of these qualities. Coffee shops are scattered throughout the town, more roadside markets are popping up, foreign (unhealthy) foods like cake and sugary drinks are now on menus. One of professors, who grew up in a community similar to this, told me she feels like ...
... something like that. I agreed. I think we can do more work than we think we can.
These things make me remember that everything I see is generally relative. My situation could be worse or better. So, I don’t know how I should feel when something bad happens, because I could be a starving orphan in Africa. That would be worse.
Christians should be marked as people who don’t complain, but it ...