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... Asok station. We then had another go at trying to find the IT centre.no joy we headed off to the Embassy the queue on entry was massive but seemed to go quite quickly. Some people were in the queue and had collection on their slip for 4:30 and were turned away the clerks insisting on collection time. We got ours and checked them and then quickly realised the date of entry was incorrect there was no way we could go the way we planned and no time to change it. So Louise dreamt up ...
... barn owl even joined the pack flying in and out of the flock for his evening meal whilst the occasional bat lost the group and ended flying solo in circles much to our amusement. We then finished up and made our way back to the hostel ahead of tomorrows day trip into the jungle.
We started early once again all piling into the back of the pick up and off we went into the jungle. We were really excited as it was possible we could spot elephants in the ...
... pains and who never did
meditation or yoga and never practiced how to sit properly).
What makes it so difficult is that
you are going to be alone and faced with a huge uncontrollable force… your
mind and yourself! And there is no escape from it. Facing my self and my mind
was the hardest thing I had to do ever in my life. Although I managed to face
them I did not fare that well against
them. But at least I made it through this battle, my first ...
... truck and we drove around with one lady doing the spotting with a big spotlight. It was really fun and saw lots different animals. We saw deer, barking deer, green tree snake, civet cat, porcupine and birds. It was a great night. On the walk home we managed to hitch a ride with a really nice couple who offered to take us out early the next morning to spot some wildlife. ...
... bigger than the Forbidden Palace. I kid you not, there are stadiums that can hold up to 1 million meditators!! They are even constructing an animation/production building just to produce Buddhism related education films. The vision behind this temple was from the late nun Kuhn Yay (the gifted disciple of the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam). The focus was not building elaborate traditional temples, but rather economic and simple structures that ...