At Niman Conceptual Home
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... wasn't the first time we had heard that, but at one point I heard one of the best covers since I've gotten here: "Yellow" by Coldplay. We went to the nightmarket and around downtown for thirty minutes or so before returning. We stayed up chatting for a bit. Thara is really cool. She's majoring in theater at a university in the Netherlands. She's been traveling for two months already, which she spent in Burma. Shaun and I retired to our room and I fell asleep pretty ...
... formally greeting them in Thai with "Sawa dee kah" and a bow. Today, the non-critical wards had a 1:10 nurse: patient ratio. I had thought a nurse with 5 patients was busy! Because of this, it shocked me that when we were being introduced or when we were touring the unit the nurses would stop what they were doing and pay attention only to us until the formal introduction was finished. Even an ER doctor took time off to explain the hospitals dispatch system and emergency ...
... Perhaps this is a little harsh, but the natural springs had been tapped with concrete pipes and every thing around the springs was also man made from concrete. Perhaps we are just a little spoilt having been to Rotarura in NZ where everything is completely natural.
Having been to the hot springs, the silk factory seemed pretty good.
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They have lockers provided where you can store your stuff, though they don't actually lock. If you're worried about your valuables, bring a padlock of your own, although I didn't really think I needed it. The camp isn't very large, and it's almost brand new - only been open for two years! They started with one elephant and have acquired sixteen more in just two years!
Once we were in our clothes it was time for ...
... of chicken blood, skin, and bone. Very tasty! With all our farming done for the day we decided to Harry and Lloyd the scooter into town. In case you didn't know Thailand is like England when it comes to the roads, completely opposite. On a scooter where cars are zooming past this can get a little scary, but hey nothing keeps the heart healthier than a little adrenaline right? We drove around for about 30km until we were running low on fuel and had to fill up. ...