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... so different yet this trip has so deeply connected us. They have shown me true love with the way they have put me first during the past three weeks. Tonight before I left they gave me their last gift which was a picture frame with our first picture together as well as one from the final party. Their goodbye notes were so touching. I have a feeling the notes are something I will cherish for the rest of my life. Like Bas said though, "this is just goodbye for ...
... up no problem. I know I shouldn't be looking around and comparing... but it's good to see what it looks like! Ana even asked me to help correct her posture next time, now that I know how to do it! :D Afterwards, we had delicious vegan pasta for dinner! Ana, Beck, and I biked over to a nearby restaurant, Jamjuree, for some juice and internet. There are some people who come here everyday, even twice a day! It does offer a getaway, I suppose. Ana asked me if ...
... heading home. Once we got back, our Thai buddies made us Mama Noodles, and then we spent the evening catching up on our work and relaxing.
One thing that continues to bother me is the giving nature of the Thai culture. During cooking class, my buddies would not share my food with me unless I insisted that I was full and did not ...
... they were very different than the ones I had tried before.
Afterward, we all walked to different locations; Donna and Kate went to the night market to check it out, Michael and Patrick went back to the hotel, and my mom and I went to a restaurant down the street from our hotel called "Cooking Love." We ordered Mango with sticky rice and it was absolutely delectable. If in Chiang Mai, you MUST go to Cooking Love.
... miss out at. The meal was once again great, and for only 50 Baht I was stuffed.. So it was time for the fight. I heard about two areas that offered a fight that night - an open air arena or indoor arena. I went to the open air one. Strangely, after asking two questions the guy at the door thought I was Scottish. Well - maybe I caught some accent in the end. Getting myself comfortable near the edge of the ring, a cold beer in my hand, it was time. Never seen a Thai boxing ...