Chiang Mai Travel Lodge
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Here are some Thai language Tips for your trip:
Goodbye is Lar Korn (pronounced La-Gone)Hello is Sawatdee (pronounced Sa-Watt-Dee)
If you are Male you say Sawatdee Khrap (pronounced Sa-Watt-Dee Krop)
If you are Female you say Sawatdee Khun Kha (pronounced Sa-Watt-Dee Ka)
It is also polite to use the WAI guesture when greeting
... lunch and things are still damp.
Early afternoon we brave the weather and walk to the municipal office by the river where the day's festivities are taking place. We watch a few of the bigger hot air balloons go up in front of the judging panel. Each balloon has a string of firecrackers attached to its tail along with a series of small planes that fly off at various times as it climbs. Actually ...
... as the Incredible Hulk. It was a pretty good look but I'm not sure if the locals knew exactly who the Incredible Hulk is, so instead they just called him mr. Green. Pare dressed up in an old dress she had and painted her face to resemble a kitty cat. Pooh, the crazy one, obviously wanted to be frickin' Chucky. She had overalls and a stripped shirt and the red hair, all we had to do was paint her face to look as if it had been cut up. ...
... and plan to introduce our students to each other via letters when school resumes in August.
The facilities are top-notch. The building is remarkably well kept and clean. I took pictures of the Computer Lab, and several primary classrooms. The classrooms are bright and well furnished with instructional materials. The hallways display students' work and I was so pleased that the rules at this school are the same as the Pawsitive ...
I swear each day keeps getting better and better... Today we went to Bunchang elephant camp, which is a elephant rescue camp so the elephants are treated extremely well - the best on Chang Mai!! We got picked up at 8.30 and drove 45 minutes to the conservation centre! It was in the middle of no where but there were still stalls at the side of the roads where the locals would be selling fruit and water. It was a beautiful camp and first of all we ...