Royal Inn Hotel
Travel Blogs from Loei
... ended up being one of most memorable and fun nights here.
Since the students had finals and the power was still out on Wednesday morning (it had gone out on Tuesday afternoon) making it even hotter due to the lack of electric fans, Yui decided to take us to the pool on Wednesday. It was a beautiful pool surrounded by big gardens that was run by 3 sisters and their “farang” husbands. We spent the ...
... the morning as the afternoon sun is not favourable to most of the angles and would cast red eye shadows on the photo. Hope the pictures here ...
... 45 so I got into my mosquito tent and laid down. As it grew dark the thunder and lightning began to rumble on the near horizon. I picked an escape plan to retreat to a pavilion if the rain came and got my gear ready. At about 8:00, a bunch of loud noisy kids invaded my solitude. I watched the stars and moon cross the sky and listened to Tukae lizards moan for love, as well as listened to Thai laughter. What a great planet I have. The last two days total expenses came to 1383 ...
... region. I understood then that my Lao skills would be of little use here. This realization made me feel tired. I needed the forty-two consonants of Thai.
Bachelor Adam needed the forty-two consonants of Thai because he yearned to go out and hit on girls - an activity that had nothing to do with teaching. (But, it was an important part of the culture that I wanted to hear about!) Adam went out all the time, but he never actually hit on the girls. He was too shy. ...
27th October - 7 miles (Av. Pace 9:41 /mile)
31st October - 20 miles (Av. Pace 11:30 /mile)
2nd November - 5 miles (Av. Pace 9:47 /mile)
6th November - 15 miles (Av. Pace 10:30 /mile)
9th November - 5 miles (Av. Pace 8:59 /mile)
12th November - 8 miles (Av. Pace 8:57 /mile)
14th November - 4 miles (Av. Pace 9:12 /mile)
The first big run went OK because I was motivated and fresh. Johnny joined me for part of the ...