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... was one of the most scary things I have ever done. Sharon seemed to be a natural with the kids I felt like I was frozen. Eventually we settled in and started playing games with them, its really just about practicing English conversations as much as possible, the skill involved is controlling the kids and making it fun before both you and them get bored.
Mark and Mint were couch surfing hosts as well as workaway hosts and we got to hang out with Mat from Poland ...
If I could have foreseen the day that lay ahead I might just have remained in bed !!
Up just before 05:00 for breakfast before biking into Phon Thong. Drop Jai and the bags off at the bus station and take the bike to the house where we leave it. When we arrived at the station there was a Khon Kaen bus waiting to leave. Not knowing how long it would stay here or how long I would be I asked Jai to phone me when it left. I am hurrying ...
... of bamboo in half, length-wise, then cut a long, thin hole down the middle. Then, he shaved a bit off the side of a bamboo stalk, and crumpled it into a ball, which he placed underneath the long hole. He then cut a little slanted line across the long hole, and used another piece of bamboo (of which he had sharpened the edge) to move quickly back and forth along the small cut, until a spark caught! He then would push the spark through to the ball of shavings using a thin toothpick ...
... smell of incense drifting up through the open ceiling. But it felt very holy and sacred, and I felt blessed to be there. After we returned our bikes, we hopped on the back of a shuttle to the bus station (we were literally hanging onto the back with about 10 school kids), and it was back to our apartment to get some rest before another long bus ride to Ayutthaya. Tired of hearing about temples and ruins? I bet you are! But there's more to come, so hang in there! Next blog, ...
... Phitsanulok we visited the most
famous wat in the city: Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat. It was a zoo
with people selling all kinds of things. We watched people « donate »
a box goods to the temple which consisted of the monk taking the box
of goods, putting them aside, and ...