Nan Fah Hotel
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... ones I should have pushed a bit more. These are the ones I asked to draw a boat and a plane and get 20 lines of copy instead, because that is the system they know. As the last days go by, these were some of my favorite moments: * 4/6 - I stood at the front and told them they were a smart, fun class and was sad to be finished teaching them to a round of soft Nnnoooooo's from the students. I told them that they were one of my favorite classes and ...
... is one of my favorite times - right after the kids leave and I have two minutes to reflect on the class, jot some notes for myself to look back on when lesson planning next week and just revel in the fact that I really adore my kiddos. Yes, some are handfuls, but even the handfuls have their slow days when they take the front desk, quietly copy what I write on the board and smile expectantly when I look their way. That is one thing these students are never short ...
... it's actually mine) and my class lists (all 20 of them...also completely in Thai). All the other staff at Srisawatwittaykarn are very friendly, but speak little to no English and even the other English teachers are rather hard to understand. LOTS of smiling and nodding when neither party knows what is being talked about. The day started off with the students' morning assembly, where all 2,000+ lined up in the courtyard military style, sang the ...
... things when we got to Nan was how friendly everyone was, like Laos. It really felt like everyone we saw smiled and said hello. After all the rain in Laos, we had clear blue sky here, though it was really hot and humid.
After checking into a guesthouse, we found a nearby market and the diversity of the food there was amazing. We tried lots of different things, like delicious barbecue pork skewers, spicy fish balls, fried noodles and others which are hard ...
We have just gotten back from Nan, a town in Northern Thailand. We took an overnight bus there. We stayed at a guest house which was pretty nice but there was no air-con so it was very hot. Also, there were a lot of mosquitos! They were very annoying.
In Nan, there are many temples. We visited one that was 500 years ...
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