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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... steamed we made tomato jeow and eggplant meow which are accompaniments and like dips. Nouk showed us how to soak and then steam sticky rice which is a staple in any Laos kitchen. All the cooking was done over charcoal fires. Nouk also made Tam Mak Houng which is a spicy papaya salad.
After the preparation we all sat down and ate our meals and finished off our fun morning with mango and sticky rice.
... 8221; or fried rice is often served as one of the dishes in a meal.
Along with the rice, every meal consists of a variety of dishes that always seem to be more delicious than the last. They usually are some sort of meat, typically chicken, pork, or fish, and vegetables with a sauce. There are always several different dishes to choose from at every meal, and every meal seems to be an array of food that could be enough to serve the whole school and ...
... the SatNav but pulled over as directed by the Thai policeman. When asked for her driving licence she was very relieved that those had been packed in the car before leaving this morning. The British 2 part licence slightly confused the policeman until he realised it was a card and “certificate”, he also wanted Andy's ID and disappeared with these for a small amount of time before returning to ask us where we were going and if we would be returning later in the ...
Hello, Hola, Bonjour, Sawadeeka, Wassup?
The days have long since passed when I started high school at Udonpittyanukoon (Try saying that one time fast....it's Udon Pit for short).
And "oh my" is all I can say. Well actually I have much more to elaborate on the subject, but that about sums it up. Although I have graduated in dear ol' Canada I'm currently in M. 5 which is the equivalent of ...
... While wandering around the market after food, we grew pretty tired of the techno-trance-**** music. To our surprise we suddenly heard something that sounded like live music. How nice we thought, but getting closer we witnessed the most strange-looking concert. On the stage you had your usual band, but on a big screen in the background a football match was taking over the whole show. Sad.
We didn't really ...