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... systems affirm the ingenuity and skills of these ancient people. A kitchen area that was capable of feeding 3000 monks at a time still has the huge stone trough where rice was served from. The Kid has been influenced by what he has seen, and announces to us that he wants to be a Buddhist. He begins meditating and refuses chicken for his tea. He even started to wrestle with some moral dilemmas, such as how could he remove mosquitoes that bite him in a non-violent ...
... of plane and the flight before that one from Phnom Penn to Kuala Lumpur. OMG! On a different note, some of you may have noticed that the colours in my pictures were not as vibrant. Well, we finally figured it out, the lens on the iPad was filthy with salt air and created a film that dulled the brilliance of my pictures. So you will now get to see much nicer ones in the future. Take a look ...
We are the only tourists here! Awkward there's no fabric or ministry of sound only stray dogs and a Canadian lady we made friends with. The people are friendly the food is OK the weather is hot but not always sunny and we are staying in the Amanda resort which is cheap and cheerful. What we do every day? Nothing. What we do every night? Nothing. Tourists beware before you delve into the pit of ...
... are placed at each table. The waiters will gently remind you what you should not eat and an Ayurveda physician is on hand at meal times to advise which specific vegetable, herbs and spices to select and which to avoid according to the prescribed treatment. Breakfast and lunch are buffets and dinner is a set meal served at the table. Guests are also served with herbal drinks and soups which are ...
... when she invited me to the family home for Sunday lunch. I arrange to meet her and she takes me up to the house in a tuktuk after going to the Sunday Market. Her house is right next door to her mum’s, and her oldest son and his family are living just along the road. I’m welcomed my her mum and sister’s and nieces, meet her husband and son and get to meet her grandchildren, two beautiful twin boys although identical in many ways ...