Petchkasem Grand Hotel
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... were marking them. We played with them, talked to them, the teacher was talking to them about a book, not all the kids listen. They are only 1.5 - 3/4 years old. We helped serve up their lunch and give them more food. After lunch they had nap time, the teacher told them a story. It was funny as some kids tried to flight staying awake. Nap time is between 11-1.30 ish. Whilst they were napping we went out for lunch, eating out is so ...
... each has their own personality. I feel so lucky to have been so close to them all. Once we were back at the guesthouse, the bus to take us back to Surin had arrived. A quick shower under the garden hose and a change of clothes later, we were ready to go and leave the elephants behind (cries). On the way back, we stopped at the Silk market. Here you can find some lovely skirts, clothes, pillows, purses, etc. all made from silk! I bought a couple of souvenirs here- 2 large and 5 small, and ...
... a swim or even jumped off the bank into the river! It was a lovely afternoon and we definitely burnt off our lunch!
Once again heading back to the guesthouse to shower off all the dirt from the riverbanks, we then relaxed outside as the sun set. Dinner was chicken pasta and spicy noodles, my body is thanking me for no more rice, haha. All the food has been really nice and I decided to also get a ...
Buddhism in Thailand is like many things in Thailand;
Friendliness comes first, adhering strictly to rules comes second.
One of the monks smoked a couple cigarettes during our conversation,
I'm pretty sure that doesn't happen anywhere else in the world!
Regardless; monks are highly respected in Thailand.
They must give up all their belongings
They can not earn money or buy anything
Everything they eat, the clothes ...
On 28th February 2014, armed with my passport and backpack, I said a tearful goodbye to my parents at Heathrow Airport and set off on my adventure to Thailand where I imagined I would spend a year teaching a class of perfectly behaved children, living in a little hut right on the beach, before heading off with my new-found friends on a journey around the world. Oh how na´ve I was. In the four months that I ...
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60 Sirirat Road,Nai Muang, Surin | Hotelfrom $30