Baannamping Riverside Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... or even in my mid-20s. Don't get me wrong, Raleigh is an old soul and is more focused and mature than anybody in their early 20s that I can think of. But she's in the phase where she wants to put all her energy into exploring broadly. I want to invest in things now-- not just build new skills but develop and foster them... Now I really see the value of sticking to a few things-- whether they be hobbies or friends-- and investing in them ...
... of Christ making us perfect by washing away our sin. I was talking with my professor about that and how the monks asked her how Jesus Christ's blood washed our sins away. I think it is because, sin took away life. Blood gives life physically. After Jesus Christ's blood was shed, he took the judgment for our sins by taking God's righteous wrath for each sin committed by each person. He took MY place. He was thinking specifically of ME and paid for my sin, so that ...
Being here has opened my eyes to a whole new world, literally. There is so much that we don’t realize exists. I want to explore more. Meet new people, but keep lasting relationships.
On Saturday night, our buddies made dinner for us. It was good and very filling, but they apologized to us. I felt bad that they felt bad. They seem to apologize when things don’t go the way they planned, or they do not think they did ...
Once we arrived back on campus we quickly changed and went to the large hall to teach the freshman students the "cha cha cha" dance we learned the other day. I thought it was fun but now I will be doing the dance in my sleep after how many times we repeated it. Judging by the looks on their faces I think they had a fun time. This trip has been filled with so much fun and laughter it leaves me ...
... having never taken people there before. We got out and piled into the small restaurant. It had the feel of an authentic ramen shop in Japan. We hung up our wet jackets (or ponchos) and sat in a back corner, examining the menus. V for Vendetta was playing on a television adjacent to the table we were sitting at, though it was dubbed in Thai. The ramen was excellent, and the portion sizes were large. It was perfect to warm us up after ...