Phu Jaya Mini Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... valuabe things just sitting around that could easily be broken. As soon as we could we headed straight to our rooms showered and knocked out on the bed. We woke up early in the morning to get ready for our challenge which was to learn to Thai Dance. We were so excited but nervous because we were not sure if we were going to be able to do it the right way. The Thai dance is very popular in Thailand and many schools ...
... but Win pointed out my bike had a wide padded seat; it was really comfy and I was glad to be a girl. Also, cushy handlebars to protect my wrists from all the road vibrations. Later the guys told me I had made it 17km. On the way to lunch we passed a field where everybody had umbrellas up for shade and were harvesting peanuts. Ah yes, you need the peanuts to sprinkle on the Pad Thai. We stopped at a temple for a snack of fruit and various drinks. I had seen ...
... various minor conflicts during Karma Yoga. But I realized people's expectations are actually a LOT lower. Without any noticeable worship from the students, I wasn't really sure how they perceived my role. I just continued doing my work, as I should have. Turns out everyone really appreciated me being there, even during times where I withdrew out of fatigue. Of course they did!! I should have had more faith in myself. I ...
... water. The elderly monk took pleasure in picking out a young boy and liberally giving him special water treatment. This sent the boy scurrying out of the area and had everyone laughing. I got the impression the constant stream of visitors with there 30 seconds in front of the monk is part of the 'tourist experience' and carry's no significance to the monk. Post water application the monk ties a piece of string ...
After the elephant camp, we did a little shopping. I tried to barter, but the people would not come down that much with their prices like they do in the regular market. Then, we went and rode an ox cart and did river rafting in bamboo rafts. I felt like I was Tom Sawyer. I got steer the raft with a huge rod of bamboo. During the ride, Faith and I sang "Just Around ...