Palm Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the other by accident
thinking he was a wild boar and then the other brother fell and broke his back
and 2 years later committed suicide from being disabled.
Lunch was okay, I just really come to the conclusion I do
not like Thai food. The end. At least there was fresh pineapple.
The point of coming to the village was to use the community
assessment tool and find more about the village and their health. So throughout
the day we talked ...
... introduction then left to parooze the museum exhibits at our leisure. To our pleasant surprise we were the only ones in the museum and it contained a wealth of interesting information on opium production, usage, history of drug trade, as well as the political and social implications. We forced ourselves through the museum faster than we wanted and agreed we could easily spend another hour there if we weren’t pressed for time.
Our driver was waiting for us at the ...
... but a Swiss one, who had a room available at the Cill Out Homestay. Just happy to find a room I inspected it, and it looked ok for 200 Baht. Two single bed, a noisy ceiling fan, a small balcony and shared bathroom. Despite the stone hard matrace I thought it was good enough for two nights (first night was a bit rough, but second night I got used to the hardest bed I have ever slept on..). Thomas, who partial owns the guesthouse is a nice guy, offering a lot of advise. Very easy to have ...
... Mai. One testimony from our time in Chiang Mai happened during our time prayer walking the red light district before ministering at night. I felt lead to talk to these girls a massage parlor. We told them we wanted to say hello, after they asked me a girl student on our team and another leader if we wanted massages. We connected with two of the girls who we later met for dinner the next week. One of the masseuses shared her story and the girl on ...
... and colorful land on both sides of the road.
After travelling for a good three hours, a 45 minute stop was made along the way at around 4:45pm for us to visit the one and only, the Wat Ron Khun more well-known as the dazzling White Temple!
Being one of my highlights on this trip, I rapidly got out the minivan and practically ran towards ...