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... at night. Very nice set up. (photos posted on FB) We had walked a lot of the town area, but it was nice seeing even more. Then he took us to his house which is 5km outside of town. It's off the road where we road our bikes. Lovely area with his backyard on the river. He told us he's the only "fallon" (the Thai word for foreigner) in the neighborhood. Very cute house with a big veranda. We ...
... of the thailand-Burma railway otherwise known as the death railway on account of the hundreds of thousands of prisoners of war and forced migrant labourers who perished during its construction. We were keen to learn more about the history of the railway so we headed to the research centre which overlooks the neat war cemetery. The research centre provided an exceptional account of the building of the railway with the use of ...
I was asked to do the first student blog entry, and quite honestly I am loving every aspect of the trip. Despite the sweltering heat and humidity, Bangkok is full of city culture and Buddhist wonders. Everything is extremely interesting because it IS a class, but in some of the most scenic and and exotic places I could ...
... an INSIDE taxi service certified by the government. The service counter assigned us a taxi (Mr. Supoj) and told us what the fee was going to be and how long the ride to the hotel would take.
Sure enough, we hid it off right away and talked about our stay and visit in Thailand and that I had been in his country before. In broken English we mentioned that we were planning to fly up ...
... the water pond to cool off. We decided to get our pictures taken with the tigers but in retrospect, it was probably not our best decision. Not thinking about how I'd get to pose with a tiger, it wasn't until I was in the photo trap that it dawned on me how heavily sedated these tigers must be. And then it became a sad experience for me - another live and learn in the book of life.