Villa Duang Champa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... to a misbehaving elephant, Zack Morris Elephant , naturally, who kept trying to wander off course into all the pools and wooded areas around our route. Sadly there weren't enough elephants to do justice to the Saved by the Bell theme, but just for fun, let's just imagine how bloody massive Zach Elephant's phone would be? At the end of our route Maurizio Gibb and I fed Screech before the elephants were herded back to their pens and the tourists were herded towards lunch. We ate ...
Travel time by bus from Chiang Khong to Chiang Mai, with hour stop over in Chiang Rai, 5 hours. On our way to Chiang Mai, we stopped in Chiang Rai to visit what is quickly becoming a top tourist sight for the area. The White Temple. It was constructed in 1997, by a man who was originally from Chiang Rai. He had gone to London to become an artist, his work inspired so many from the Buddhist community, that he returned to Chiang Rai, to build his own version of a Buddha ...
... of experience and this turned out to be a two day Buddhist meditation retreat (http://www.monkchat.net). Following on from my spiritual and meditative experiences in India, I was very keen to practice some group meditation and to also learn more about Buddhism. During this two day Vipassana retreat, we learnt a lot about the Buddhist way of life and the easiest ways to conduct daily meditation. A great thing was that we were the largest group they had ever had at 93 people. ...
... Than the real life instruction exercise started with it's 7 commando's. Than hoped on the elephant to make an little elephant drive. When we came back a nice lunch was served. Little vegetarian spring rolls, pad thai. Then our guide showed us how to make a papaya salad. So even this day we got a bit cooking course. Lucky we did not choose to made this dish as it was something which was on the menu list as well of ...
... in our nation” (Royal address of HM King Ananda Mahidol, King Rama VIII). The current royal family works very hard, in their studies and in their service to Thailand. In return, the people love and admire them. Again, the respect of elders seems to play a significant part in how the people speak of the King and his family. Just like the nursing students wouldn’t dare to complain about their professors, but rather admire them ...