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... from the elephant sanctuary and slowly the newbies trickled in. There were a few from Australia (and two from Perth where I have family!) and some from the UK who I had an amazing discovery with! The people from Perth were convinced that it is tiny and that they knew my family members but they didn't- just as I expected haha! Although we talked about how sandy it was and everything I saw when I was there which was nice. One of the new Perth people was a boy and he is the only one ...
... about 5 minutes of amusement. After a beer or two more, Pare came and got me and told me that justin wanted me. When I got back to our hut he wasn't looking too hot (although he had quite the fever and probably could've cooked one of the eggs from the farm on his back). We decided to flip a coin to see if we should go to the hospital tonight. The coin landed on the wat (temple) side and the coin had destined us to pay the hospital a nightly visit. We bought travelers insurance for ...
... br> I start to ask my self if this will ever change. Do we move on because we wanna explore?.. or are we just scared about routine?In this moment the train shakes and my thoughts are moving on. Like we are doing,and so does the train. But the train has a target… Do we have one?The train will drive back and start his journey again.This seems easy to me,at least the train knows his way. Forwards and backwards.Till the time when he becomes to ...
... guy was but there was nothing I could do in my power to help him or her. To end the night off Breanne and I decided to take in a show that most people fall victim to seeing when venturing on this road. This is the part that I cannot mention any details, however, I can say we had to go down a dark road to see something that was very very disturbing. A jaw dropping sort of thing. I'll leave it at that.
What's the best way to venture around? You said it...Scooter. We rented ...
... has been a little time consuming. If I decide to continue with these classes, I'm afraid that my blogging schedule will be rather limited, but I'll try to get one out now and then.
I don't quite know why, but I have really become somewhat fascinated with the Thai language and am having some real fun with it – as difficult as it has been to learn. The writing is a hoot as it is like tiny bits of art. There are no punctuation marks or breaks in the line ...