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There was an International Folk Festival on in Phana so we joined in with the tours, we went to the herbal hospital and made traditional herbal massage balls. In the evening there were dances from (in order of the official Project Trust ranking) Bangladesh, India, China, Ukraine, Vietnam, Nepal, Latvia, Myanmar, Thailand, Turkey and Cambodia. We got free food at the performer’s area which was a bonus. It was a really good day and some of the dances; ...
... 8216;helped’ Pi Anne with art club. It ended in Ocean and I joining the pupil’s in drawing a design found in temples which was a lot harder than it looked! On Tuesday evening we went to Pi Bong’s house for dinner with Pi Nan and their friends. We have been invited to a few more things with them which is nice. They are all lovely and they try to speak English while teaching us some Thai and Issan!
On Friday we decided to visit Ubon. ...
... will be held at another school. There are no lessons on Monday and Tuesday so I will be going to watch him compete against 10 other schools. In the evening we went out to celebrate my birthday and met up with 3 Americans that I got in contacted through a friend of a friend. We headed to a popular bar and then onto a student club where we split a bottle of whiskey (everyone drinks whiskey in Ubon).
On Saturday I went for a ...
... in anymore, but no one told us!
We had a dramatic day on Tuesday. In the morning we cycled to Tesco Lotus and bought some cockroach spray to try and deal with the night time downstairs infestation. On the way back as we were cycling near to the school we went past two boys who were sitting on a motorbike talking to their friend. As I went past them they suddenly took off, I swerved and they missed me by millimetres. They laughed and drove off. I cycled ...
... infested with ants everywhere. Apparently we also get snakes when it rains, can’t wait for the rainy season to end if that’s the case! We cycled past a snake in the school grounds last night – Amy nearly ran it over, we were terrified and locked ourselves in our bedroom for safety! There are geckos everywhere but apart from giving us an occasional fright (one ran over Amy) they are cute. Unfortunately the mysterious gecko killer is still ...