Belle Villa Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... wat complexes we have seen in Thailand, consisting of temples, pagodas, stupas, monks quarters, dining facilities, and guest quarters. I thought then, “I can really see myself living here and doing this for 26 days.” Russ was behind me all the way, probably looking forward to his peace and solitude to wood-carve away his days. There was no one available to talk to in the “foreigner’s office” at the time, but there was a sign by a pile of 24 ...
... had a ton of food in the back of their truck, so I'm guessing they are trying to give to as many monks as they can. I resisted the urge to take pictures of this out of respect. Buddhist monks apparently eat what they are given. It's a very long standing symbiotic relationship-- pious villagers providing alms, allowing monks to go on and sustain themselves for their spiritual practices, and in turn, they give their blessings and teachings to people. I think it's so beautiful! It ...
... stories of each elephant. Most of the stories were harrowing tales of torture and abuse and could be seen with our own eyes. Many of the elephants legs were dislocated from logging and pulling too heavy loads, one had had her back broken by a male while being forced to breed and the saddest tale we heard was of an elephant named Jokia. When she was working as a logging elephant she was pregnant and gave birth as she was pulling logs up a mountain. Her calf died and distraught ...
After yesterday, we were all exhausted and very thankful for an extra hour of sleep. Our teacher allowed us to sleep in and get to the hospital a little later today. At the hospital today, we didn’t go to the trauma ward, but instead saw some areas of the hospital that we haven’t seen yet. We saw the Neuro ICU, which was probably the nicest unit I’ve seen so far. Here, the nurse-patient ratio is 2-1 like it is in the ...
... for, which made sense in their communal culture.
I felt like the tension was palpable, but in a good way. The students were so excited to meet their buddies! Finally, the rest of the group arrived. We said some joyful hellos, and then headed to the bus. The Thai students insisted on taking our bags for us. When we arrived at the college they gave us a short tour on our way back to the dorm. They even helped us carry our bags into our ...