Travel Blogs from Ubon Ratchathani
... around our lovely hometown of Kutchum!
Pour quelques semaines nous avons cherché pour un projet secondaire. Finalement nous avons trouvé pas un mais trois !
Jeudi après-midi nous sommes allées au petit hôpital. Là nous avons appris à mesurer la tension artérielle et à dépenser la médicine. Puis nous sommes allées au petit village avec des infirmières pour un après-midi contre l’obésité. Ils ont parlé beaucoup de Thaï et ensuite nous avons dansé dans ...
... met Pi Nan in Yasothon and he took us to a Thai wedding party. It was a strange mix of western ideas meeting Thai Buddhism. We entered a hotel room which could easily be one at home and then our typical Thai meal was served. During the meal there was the exchanging of rings, speeches on stage, a slideshow, cake cutting, flower tossing and Buddhist traditions. There was no dancing but singing instead. As the event had to remain ‘ribroy’ it was over ...
... the Thai people knew all the words to the bands songs.
Today we went to the rooftop pool at the gym and relaxed all afternoon. We then headed over to a field where Thai lads play football at 5 everyday. They are far too small and quick! This next week will be where I start taking lessons myself. I need to plan some lessons but with the help of Joe and some of the teachers, I should be ok. I also plan to buy a scooter very soon.
... us and when the light is on they hide but they were flying at Amy and running towards us. Some were even trying to get up the stairs so we put a towel at the bottom of our door and stayed in our room. About an hour later I looked up and there was a cockroach climbing through the gap in the top of our door!! They had never been upstairs before so we were shocked. Two of them ended up in Nicoles bed. We thought we had got rid of them from our room but had quite a bad ...
... the marble ground burnt our feet as the sun was blazing. Then we burnt incense as the pink sheet was tied up. Then we went to the 2nd Thai-Lao Friendship bridge, across the muddy Mekong River you could see Laos – I really want to go there in the long holidays! After that we went to a market in Mukhadan, It was quite quiet but nice.
Today was brilliant! We picked Kevin and Cameron up in Phana and went to see Laos again at the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking