Nan Noble House Garden Resort
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... better and smarter, not fatter and less healthy. It is hard to believe that two months ago I was ready to walk out of my workplace, middle finger held high, and now I just wanna skip down the halls with a crazy grin on my face. I am happy, healthy and surrounded my the most amazing people. And I wouldn't want it any other way. Life is good. "To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent" ...
... huge smile and say, "good mooorning teecha" or "teecha so beautiful". Really. How can you not love hearing that fifty times a day?? Plus, as the new foreign teacher, I feel like I've achieved celebrity status when students I don't even have get wide-eyed and leap out of my way as I walk down the halls saying "sorry teecha, hello teecha" with big grins, or insist on taking pictures with me on their camera phones. My Roommate - the nicest girl I could ...
We arrived in Nan at 8.30pm after 5 hours on the bus from Sukhothai. The last part of the journey from Phrae to Nan was accompanied by a homemade video montage of various concert gigs - oldies!! 1st up Rod Stewart, and this was before we knew it was a compilation and we feared 2 hours of Rod. To make matters worse, we'd left the iPods locked in the rucksacks which we're under the bus. But it turned out ok in the end - if you don't mind a bit of ...
... Monday: Thai Art 10:30-12, Thai Language 1-3:30
Tuesday: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in Thailand 10:30-2:30 (12-1 lunch-break)
Wednesday: Theravada Buddhism 10-11:30, Thai Dance 1:30-3
Thursday: Economics and Trade of Thailand 9-12, Thai Language 1-3:30, Inter-cultural Communication 3:30-4:30
Friday: Theravada Buddhism 10-11:30, Thai Dance 1:30-3
As you can see my schedule is fairly full ...
... to the Mlabri village. Our first stop was the Child Care centre run by 2 Thai teachers and then we walked around the village where we found another Thai man from the Department of Non-Formal Education was teaching Mlabri to farm mushrooms. The project was fully funded by the Thai government (as far as I could tell). Then we continued touring the village and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking