Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First stop is Yangon, Myanmar. The former nation's capital, this city boasts the largest collection of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century colonial architecture in Southeast Asia and serves as the country's largest cosmopolitan center with a population of nearly six million. Although many of the structures are severely dilapidated, …
These pictures go back awhile. Some are from our time with David and Nuy running about, some are with our neighbors, some are out on the town in Chiang Mai. Two very special days in particular are the tattoo day when Ed and I got our blessing tattoos. And, the day that Songkrat, who is a local tour guide that works with David and Nuy took us up to visit more ...
... did, but hearing appreciative words from them really uplifted me, which goes about to show how much I crave people's validation. So that's what karma yoga was largely about-- doing work without expectations, without being attached to results, and doing the work joyously to the best of my capacity. It was hard work. I had ups and downs, but it most definitely taught me to develop a good attitude towards work in general. ...
... to view it as an opportunity to love and serve. Without receiving a single thing in return, they gave their time and love to serve their husbands and wives.
Buddhists place a high priority on good deeds, so the service and self-sacrifice fit naturally into this paradigm. Nursing homes do exist, but they are not nearly as popular, for several reasons. We’re visiting a nursing home on Monday, so I’m sure I’ll learn more about them then.
... of course, much better than that of the general wards and the absence of a middle ground was once again quite obvious.
After lunch, we went to an alternative therapy treatment center. At the center, they do acupuncture, Thai massage, herbal remedies and hydrotherapy. I volunteered to experience the acupuncture because I was curious and trying to stay awake anyway, so what better way then sticking a needle in your arm, right? The ...