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... See photo, use imagination.
4. Social interactions
Oooo that's a toughie. This little gem is going to get a blog entry on it's own. For school/simplicity sake I will mention that we 'wai' every time we see a teacher, or superior. To wai simply place palms together, bow head, look down. Wai is also used for hello, thank you, sorry and goodbye.
Actually though, goodbye.
... decided to have some chicken and soup again, from the friendly people by the highway. When we got there they seemed to have closed. But to our surprise there were a couple of people still there. We hurried over. They had closed and were packing up. We must have looked sad, because they ended up fixing a portion for us! Soo nice of them! We even got an extra soup for free!
Happy, we drove back to the house, ate the yummy food and got to bed pretty quickly after that!
... and a good season. They basically have a big water-warfare all over Thailand, where they throw buckets of water on anyone that's within reach. Today we just got a little taste of it. Tomorrow is the main day, at least up here, I think... It depends on where you are in the country. It can last for several days too, so we just have to be prepared to get soaked!!!
To our disappointment, finding a movie in it's original form was very difficult, because ...
... at its rear that were about a cm long. Apparently a sting from this would require immediate hospitalisation and could easily lead to amputation as there aren't any hospitals very close. While preparing the feast a cacophony of barking combined with the voice of a man on a magaphone came rolling up the road. A truck with dozens of cages containing dogs stopped outside the house, had a brief conversation with the father and then left. I asked if they were collecting ...
... run down fiesta, a ranger pickup and a Renault Clio, none of which I actually owned. But then I suppose if I had a list of cars like that to my name I would feel superior in this conversation too. I still love my Clio though, I hope whoever is driving her now is taking good care of her. She likes at least 3 kg of various pieces of rubbish in her at all times and has to be taken over roundabouts at 50mph 3 times a week. Oh and she likes being washed with that multi-coloured ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center