Palm Garden Lodge
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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 ...
... what with our recent experiences of paying to see animals on trips, we knew not to get our hopes up too high. Firstly we had to put on these very fetching canvas leech socks which looked like Christmas stockings and tied up at the knee. This would then stop the little blood suckers from attaching themselves to our legs. It also meant we looked like some sort of ABBA tribute act let loose in the jungle. No sooner were we through the gates into the park ...
... 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 ...
... He is fluent in English, so understandably he travels the world to teach meditation and has been to Vancouver. His lesson was clear, yet profound and made a lot of sense, presented using PowerPoint with laptop, iPad and all!! The evening session with Gan, our coordinator, showed some progress. I had much better focus and we had a very lively discussion afterwards where she shared some of her learning experiences. The second day of ...
... when I asked Sandy what diseases one could catch from ticks she said Japanese B encephalitis but that was ok, as I'd had my injections. When I told her I had skipped that one, the look of "oh well, that's that then" said it all. No point in false encouragement required I guess! I showed my tick to Joe when we got back, and after shouting for his wife's tweezers he produced a bee sting from my armpit. Sandra: "wow, that's massif". Me: "thank you Joe", to Sandra, it was one raised eyebrow and a ...