Angkhang Nature Resort
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... got downstairs to the lobby only to see the whole group gone already. We asked the front desk where the cooking class was and they had no idea where. So I ended up posting on the group Facebook page and Rae got back to me quickly. We waited for a taxi only to have the heavens open up on us. I haven't seen rain this *************g time. Thailand doesn't have the greatest plumbing to say the least so there was flooding everywhere you turned. The taxi ...
... Laos. I was also mentally preparing myself for 7 hours of rugby that started at 7.30pm.
We walked over to the Irish pub at 7.15pm, got drinks and joined a British guy, from Dartford, that was there on his own; he was also planning on watching all 3 matches - much to my delight - so we introduced ourselves and I explained that I'd probably be leaving Edd with him later and going to bed. They were both supporting the same teams for all 3 matches, which made it fun, ...
... with 4 slices of bacon. Same same, give 2 to Marion.
3rd waiter, with 2 glasses of orange juice (I detest orange juice..!)
Then two more plates appeared, each with a full breakfast of 4 patties
and 4 slices of bacon, only one plate had 2 eggs.
At this point I called the manager. Nice young man, spoke perfect
American English. I explained. He then explained to the little circle
of 4 waiters and waitresses what went wrong. ...
... of primitive colors with quotes, many of which are positive and wise. Some quotes are just whimsical. He has a ton of artworks of varying sizes and his shirts are supposed to be really popular too! It turns out Tsalika's dad has been friends with him for a long, long time, and Tsalika first met him when she was just a little girl! I was obviously super excited and starstruck the way I tend to get when I meet someone slightly famous, haha. I got a few small artworks, and ...
... room. Opium used to be huge issue in the community and the king also rid the area of any opium, similar to the efforts of his mother in Doi Tung.
I’ve been amazed by how this tiny village emulates much of the dreams of the “save the earth” movement that I’ve heard so often. They are self-sustaining, they are resourceful, they eat close to the earth, they use hydroelectricity, they consciously steward the environment, they share ...