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... 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 ...
... and saw a snake, a budda and a few thousand bats! Later we waited outside another cave waiting for bats to fly out before dusk when they go to hunt. We were quite amazed when literally millions of bats started to fly out of this cave flying in lines twisting and turning for over 45 minutes!
The following day we got the train (3hr) to Ayutthaya which is 1.5hr north of Bangkok and was once the capital of Siam (former ...
... candied tamarind and hot ginger tea as Sebastian, Gan and I wait to say our farewell to Chloe. I know I will miss her! Back to the beginning about meeting great people along the way. She comes down and actually invites me to stay with her rather than seeing me stay in the dorm by myself. Someone that i only met for two days!! When traveling you always prepare for a change in itinerary. You just follow the flow and see what lies beyond. Bangkok here I ...
... and the family owners were very friendly. The hotel was sort of its own compound in this village and they closed the front gate at night. The rooms were laid out in a kind of horseshoe around the yard and, appropriately, also around the lodge where they would feed you and bring you beer if you but asked. They also had a pet iguana! He spent most of his time laying on the rafters, but the owners came to show us this morning that he had come down and we got to pet him and watched him ...
... Indian style later in the day we received disapproving looks from the Thai drivers. The other differences were striking. Thailand has been westernised, Tesco was here and 7-11 minimarts were peppered around towns. And yesterday we had been passing people still living in wooden huts washing themselves in muddy lakes.
The scenery was pretty unspectacular, reforestation lined either side of the road for most of the way. The ...