Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen
... br> -Baby Shower
-Camping with Luna and Shadrach/ Rockclimbing!
-Christmas and New Years in Myanmar
----Christmas Day Walk
----Myanmar Day2 Evening by the docks
-Three Day weekend/Film ...
... This past week I have been very busy setting up my new classroom, meeting with my co-workers, and moving into the house. I had many meetings this week, two on Monday with all of the EP (English Program) teachers. After we went bowling and then out to dinner. I have great co-workers and I am really looking forward to this teaching experience. I know only about 2 of my students thus far. One ...
... first time since I have been in Thailand (the Thai field trip cooking soup does not count), go to a Thai concert, and spend a night in a slum community that I had visited in the very beginning of the program.
My friends and I decided to cook on Friday night. To put this into context, none of us have normal cooking supplies with us on this trip, we have to buy all ingredients at grocery stores that normally only have Thai nutritional labels, and we only have a ...
... to an overnight community stay. This semester is broken up into three segments: a public health course that provides an overview of Thailand's health system and health problems, a community health practicum (where we get to spend time in different communities, surveying their health problems), and finally a course where we design a final project for communities to address one of the health problems we have discovered in prior community stays. I am still taking the lecture ...
... of water. They also aren't maintained. Trazsend supplies wells in some situations, and we got to view one. That night we went to a Village called Baan Chiang Khreua. What a great place to witness a house church and share in the work of the Pastor who has come from Korea. We were all so blown away by her passion and love for the people. Peter shared a story about an old man and young boy to the villagers which turned out to be a story about how ...