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... The big difference was that I was a member of the largest labor union in the United States and my minimum wage was much greater than the minimum in Thailand. Below are some facts and questions for Mason and anyone else interested in knowing more about wages and earnings in Thailand.
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... to our class. It was cool to listen to his stories. Early in the trip we went to Khun Sa's museum (Khun Sa was the most wanted drug lord in the world). Mr. Lintner had had the opportunity to meet with Khun Sa on a few occasions. You can find all of his reports on his website! Once lecture ended, I went to the pool and worked on my project... AGAIN. Maybe I have to work on my project so much because I do it while I am at the pool... LAter ...
... pretty bracelets made from seeds of plants that grow in the river. Joleen got honey captured from nests in the surrounding trees. Apparently if you build a ladder on a tree it means you own it & no one can access it. Back down the track to a waterfall for a well needed dip. Awesome little Thai kids playing, brought Joleen & Louise into the waterfall & scared the living day lights outa me with a tiny fish ...
... and Tom and I did a duet. A French man commented that he teared up when he saw us singing together because there was so much love. An Austrian man shared a room with Tom and I. A Czechoslovakian couple slept in hammocks. The thin cottom mats on bamboo floors were not comfortable. The village roosters started at 2 AM. Tom slept poorly. I slept pretty well because of fatigue but it was a tough night for most of the ...
... health screenings every three months or so. We talked to three people with health problems. One ...
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