Loei Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Although we still have two weeks left here at our school, this week marks the beginning of our long good-bye. Monday morning began with a graduation ceremony for Mattayom 3 and 6. It is the law in Thailand that students have to go to school until they finish at least Mattayom 3 (9th grade). After that, school is optional. There is a drastic drop off of students after Mattayom 3, going from 3 classes of 25-30 students ...
... in for an extended period of time), it's this exhilarating continuum of conversations, stories, references from home, a pooling data base of Thai cultural information. "Wait.. that happened to you? Good, I'm not the only one...''. Our relationships are in a crock pot of limited time together in Thailand, so every waking moment (often being waking for too long) to laugh and speculate and share. There's this urgency to bond, because we are ...
We had a very scenic bus journey from Nong Khai to Chiang Khan which involved a lot of beautiful Mekong and mountain scenery, thousands of papaya, banana and pomelo trees, lovely winding roads, and an extremely uncomfortable legroom-restricted bus. This was okay for the first four hours, which is how long we were told the journey would take, but became more of a bore as the day wore on, and after eight hours in ...
... for their mates. I followed the sound and saw this elusive critter but wasn't fast enough to get a picture. It is considered good luck to a family to have one living in their attic. Good luck sleeping with that noise. After Andi left, I showered and watched the Thai version of Star Search on TV. This night was to be the first in 5 months that I would sleep without being enclosed in a mosquito net, and that I would watch TV. The air was cool and I knew I was in the mountains ...