Nan Keeree Thara Hotel
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... teaching them. At this point I could feel the tears coming but kept telling myself IwillnotcryIwillnotcryIwillnotcry...at which point Nuwiw say, "Teacha, you will cry?" Ahhhhh Held it together long enough to say thank you and goodbye. This was followed by five minutes of students meandering out of the classroom, lingering long enough to each tell me, "Teacha, I love you" or "Teacha, I miss you" (already?!) and "Teacha I want you teach me ...
... Some are mischievous, some are excited, some are tired, some are eager to please, but they are always there. It is really hard to have a bad day with that much positivity surrounding you. Every single passing period, on the way to the office, or another classroom, every group of students I pass smile and say hello. If I recognize one of my students from class and give them a small wave just to them, their smile grows and they seem so excited to be recognized ...
... a song to the king and listened to the daily announcements. I had period one off and basically sat at my desk, wild-eyed, for 50 mins, just hoping I had 200 minutes worth of lessons in my head for the day. The bell rang and my next door neighbor, Christian, and I walk to the room where we will be splitting a very novice group of 40 14-year-olds. I take my 20 to another classroom and dive in. I start by having them tell me their nicknames and write them ...
... We also met one of the friendliest people of our whole trip, a Thai selling drinks made from various plants. We went back to see him every day and always stayed and talked for 15 minutes or so. Another thing that surprised us was how cheap everything was, more so than Laos and definitely China. A lot more people spoke English too.
Nan is known for its many temples, dozens in fact, and the next day we walked around the town visiting a few. The ...
... br> Also, we went to a salt well. They make salt there the traditional way, by digging a well and boiling the salt water found underground to get salt.
There were also a lot of stray dogs and cats that were very sweet. We named two dogs that we saw Wolfie and Lollipop. We named one of the cats we saw Naranja.
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- Wheelchair accessibility