Kao Yai GrandView Resort
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That night as we were brushing our teeth we noticed a huge millipede making its way across the bathroom floor; we tried to use the shower to wash it away down the drain but he was stubborn and refused to go! We thought fine, we will leave him in the bathroom and hopefully he will leave of his own accord. This was not to ...
... eventually everything was resolved I showed him 40 and Louise had forty he said yes one forty and I thought here we go again. But it's simple it's one person forty baht easy. Back at the hotel we arranged early check out and went for dinner in Louise's preferred dinner of choice the 'elephant' I was hungry so anything at this point and we had chicken with cashew nuts and rice washed down with the local Leo beer we were basically locals. To bed it was midnight and we had an early ...
... what with our recent experiences of paying to see animals on trips, we knew not to get our hopes up too high. Firstly we had to put on these very fetching canvas leech socks which looked like Christmas stockings and tied up at the knee. This would then stop the little blood suckers from attaching themselves to our legs. It also meant we looked like some sort of ABBA tribute act let loose in the jungle. No sooner were we through the gates into the park ...
... to society,
and not the other way round, and in this course make a
thoughts… Learn the
art of dying by learning the art of living.
a stage where we can control our reactions so that no misery, sadness, or joy
can affect us – they say to us.
feeling all these emotions is
us humans. But it
makes sense what they say. If ...
... of sense not to have dinner. It's a very healthy lifestyle and found it actually helped slowdown my body in the evening so that I can go to bed early, usually by 9:30. This practice makes sense especially for the monks since they need to be up by 4:30 am for meditation. Our first day morning session was with Pan. He's not a monk but a practicing meditator who works at Wat Phra Dhammakaya. We found out he studied his masters in Long ...