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... Very cute.
On completing the run we returned by the van to the office. Woody was good at making the case for a tip. This as a group we decided how much to donate each and one of the group presented to Woody. I suspect the low wage they receive is on the basis that it will be supplemented by tips. I had no issue with this as without their attention to our safety and entertainment ...
... with a large school situated in and enormous colonial style wooden building. There was a busy street market selling clothes and food. Not far from the boat dock, I came across one of the best food markets that I have ever seen in South East Asia. The scale of the market was huge, although by the late afternoon, when I arrived, many of the stalls had closed. To compensate for this, there were a very large number ...
... Bas, and the staff started outfitting us from head to toe in gear. After we got our equipment, we walked over to a practice line. O showed us how to hold the ropes and how to hang upside down.
After we felt confident, we walked up to the first platform where our adventure would begin. I was really nervous, but as I watched my brother fly through the air, I figured I would be okay. When I was all strapped in and attached to the cable, ...
... He managed to turn the frying process in to 10 minute penis joke. Prep work for the soup was similar to the stir fry, cutting and arrange veggies in a plate. We set this aside to focus in the curry paste. We split up in to 3 groups with our group handling the red curry paste. With a giant mortar and pestle, we took turns grinding spices, chile peppers and other flavorings to create the semi dry paste. A small amount was removed for the students who would ...
... the monk keep it...however, the bone magically split into two...one piece was enshrined while the other piece was placed on the back of a white elephant...the elephant went up the Doi Suthep mountain, trumpeted 3 times and died...and that was interpreted as a sign to build a temple...and that's how Wat Phra That Doi Suthep was built in the 14th century...the ...