Riverside Boutique Hotel
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... Passed a junior school/kindergarten and rescued a lost football from the middle of the road for some amazed little boys. There were several people waiting for the minibus. One was a fifty-something punk with tattoos and spiky hair - green one side, orange the other and very little in the middle, And wearing Doc Martin boots and shortish jeans. It looked as if one day in the early seventies he had been cursed with middle age and sent off into the future. Bought some ...
... go. It went very well!! Some people fumbled a bit, probably out of nerves, but the teacher helped out and it went fine! We chanted the santi mantras together. It sounded more beautiful than ever! We all hugged each other tightly-- yay!
Aftewards, we all went to Jamjuree for celebratory coconut ice cream. Half of the group got red wine. The last thing I wanted was lukewarm alcohol, so I stayed clear. I am actually feeling a little unsocial right now. ...
... He had the nicest hospital bed I have seen during my entire time here, oxygen tank, suction machine, and ICDs. I am positive that this is this case is not what I should expect for the rest of our home visits on Monday. We were told later that they choose what cases we would visit today and I have a feeling that they picked some of the best to show. I hope Monday will bring different experiences. I really enjoyed the home visits ...
... the previous
patient, so gross. Like do they not think about cleanness?? Also the beds had
linens on them and were never changed after the patient was examined. That is like the first we do after someone as
left, strip the bed of linens and put new down. Since I was ill the first day I
did not get to see Surgical ICU so I just peeked my head in the door and
quickly looked it was much different than the Neuro ICU and I am not sure why
... I arrived. I knew some things would take some getting used to again, but a lot of things are coming back to me and I'm readjusting pretty well. One thing that never ceases to amaze me is the generosity and humility of Thai people. From carrying our heavy luggage up several flights of stairs to presenting us with flowers that represent our names, the giving never ceases to end. Coming from an egocentric culture that prides itself on independence, this ...