Wattana Village Resort
Travel Blogs from Mae Sot
... for a meditation retreat. Will definitely look into that one.
So for now, a shorter ending to the journey of this day. As we moved on, we finally hit some great roads again as we rode on into Mae Sot, a border town between Thailand and Myanmar, and into the Irawadee Resort, another "cheaper" option that was a small little (very Thai) resort, but once again, it was simple, but immaculate with some great Thai furnishings.
The next morning before heading out ...
... it rained all day. When we left, I accidentally went past the guesthouse, so we had to walk our bikes back up the street in the rain (so sad!) We ate dinner at the guesthouse and tried some Burmese food, like curry and tomato salad. Today we went to the school again. It was a bit more difficult to get there though. Last night it poured, so some streets had flooded. We had to bike through streets that were a foot underwater! Once we ...
... on: Art Studio (ceramic), Woodwork studio, Bike shop Two Wheels, ..
Strict code of conduct, if not met, there are a series of interventions, if not met they are expelled from program.
It has only Happened 2 times in 4 years.
After they finish the 12 week program, there is a Pre internship of 6 weeks in real workplace in childs dream
Here they also teach computer skills, cooking and mechanic skills
Karen Ministry of Health ...
... because they lack proper identification, have no passports or visas, no money, and would be stopped by the authorities.
Many family members waiting on the side of the road were excited to finally see the familiar aqua blue wagon slow to a stop. We quickly gathered Billy’s computer and our bags filled with letters, pictures and DVDs and were led by the family over steep hard-packed dirt walking single ...
... earthly boundaries.
The early morning light always enhances this sensory response.
I wonder if 700 years from now the ruins of the ancient civilizations of Los Angeles, New York or London will evoke the same response?
The vast Sukhothai complex is sprinkled with buddhas, wats and bell-shaped chedis, in various stages of decay, some quite well preserved, thanks in part to recent preservation work. The ruins are separated ...