Royal Lanna Hotel
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... been trying to change/give up on for years are just changing without me making such a huge effort.
-I have begun to accept my own heritage and begun to feel proud of it. I’m can finally happily say ‘Yes, I’m Chinese’, without feeling annoyed at the other person for saying ‘Where are you from? Coz you’re definitely not British!’
-I have completed my Reiki 1 and 2 courses, as well as my herbalism and Traditional ...
... be hysterical and until I had showered I found their amusement annoying. Luckily our first stop was the house where I could check off one thing from my list of needs. Our host had talked to the driver and we ended up paying her for the day so she could drive us around. When we were all showered we headed out, despite the tired feeling, because who has time to be tired on vacation?
The first stop was a place that I could buy beer. The second stop was a ...
... took a bus to Chiang Mai separately from the others as we assumed we could just get on the same bus they'd booked earlier that day. Never assume anything in Thailand- it was full (but was it?!) so had to get a much later one and ended up traipsing around to find a hotel cheap and reasonable looking. We found one in the old town and it happened to be round the corner from the bar the others were in when we contacted them so we joined them for some late food and the first half of the FA ...
... t stop sweating. Can't get Erin motivated to go back to the market for dumplings and baos...boohoo. Well really with the rain, better for us to stay closer to home. We'll go next door to David and Nui's to have lunch. Time to plan our trip to Cambodia .. Once school ends we plan o spend the next two weeks fully exploring the job market here in Chiang Mia and then go to Cambodian to see how we like it and check out the job ...
... and invited them to an outreach at night. We handed people goody bags and moved onto the next place. At night, we went to a place and set up. Zoe put on a skit, played games, music and then invited the villagers to accept Christ. It was amazing to see the people respond. We prayed with some and then we got to go back to our camp. We snuggled in like sardines, but got cozy ...