Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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First stop, Yangon. The former capital of Myanmar, the city is home to a number of colonial era buildings. Although many of the structures are severely dilapidated (byproduct of the country being under military rule for a number of years - aka historical preservation is not a priority), our tour guide, Aung Ko Ko, from the Yangon Heritage Trust, …
... so we all agreed. We were able to get in the cages with the tigers for 15 minutes for each age group- babies, teens and full grown tigers. We thought we'd like the babies best but that had short attention spans. The big tigers were playing with their keeper and they jumped around and dived into the water splashing us and getting laughs from everyone. Jeremy declared the day a great success. We have to agree. We all had a wonderful ...
... smoothie and carrot cake-yummy ( Steve had devil's food cake-chocolate & pineapple smoothie ). Tuk-tuk home (B100). Went for a swim until got cold and bugs biting. Bath then to the Meeting Place-new exhibition by Naowarat Siripoka (ordinary)-Joe told us the wrong day but stayed anyway for another smoothy and shared sandwich/panini. Beer shop then ...
... which was They loved Adam and they kept feeling him up and wanting photos with him! It was so strange in there but an interesting experience I suppose. After the show we all went and had a drink in a nearby bar, before heading back to the hotel to finally sleep in a bed again!! The trek was one of the most challenging things things I have ever done, both mentally and physically. But, it was equally as rewarding - a truly incredible experience that I will never ...
... addicts clean the grounds, while AA asks members to set up and clean up after meetings). Not only does this help subsidize the costs of the programs, but it holds addicts of both organizations accountable. Because the addicts are required to be places at certain times, this holds them obliged to not only the program, but instills a sense of responsibility in oneself.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Wat Tham Krabok present disparities, most likely, because of cross cultural differences. ...