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... to each other. The other common interaction I have with my freshmen especially is:
Student: Teacha!! Thai thai thai thai thai thai thai. (They all just call me teacha. And they will shout at the top of their lungs all class long. I go home at nights with the cries of teacha in my head like a broken record)
Student: Thai thai thai thai thai thai thai thai thai.
Me: I don’t speak Thai, please try ...
... he captured the perfect angle - I think he took some fantastic shots. Back on the boat, the sun was beginning to set as we arrived at our final stop, Wat Chaiwatthanaram. An Angkor Wat style temple - it glowed a musty orange colour in its serene setting. Chris and I took our time exploring the ruins and enjoying our photography. It was the perfect time of day, with the temperature cooling off a little, and the lightening emphasising the rustic stone. We were the last back to boat, ...
Our first long weekend in Thailand and we decided to make a change from the weekly trip to "Big C". On Saturday afternoon we six of us did a day trip with Nooms Guesthouse. It cost 250 Baht each and we went to the Buddhas Footprint, Peacock Temple, Lake and the Batcave. It was a lovely ...
... br> Hannah & Dave were excited too. Tired but excited.
We did a quick shop for milk and bread at the 7-11 then Jody phoned her friendly taxi driver she had met whilst here on her own a week ago, and we all jumped into the pickup (we were in the back of the pickup with the luggage) Hannah & Dave in the air conditioned cab.
We made it up the hill to Viking House and were greeted by Tony - the owner. He gave us our keys and explained a few things. Thailand is ...
... 2 liters of water and eating a lot of food in the shade, I began to feel a little better. It was a wake-up call to make sure to be taking good care of ourselves while traveling. It can often be difficult due to a lack of nutritious food, extreme heat, stress and lack of rest.
After our break, we continued to see the rest of the amazing temples, another reclining Buddha, and we finished our tour with the most incredible temple of all, the Wat ...