Mai Siam Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the people were mostly independent with only minimal help with their ADLs. We were told that there are a little over 120 residents and when I asked if the place is normally full she quickly responded "yes." During the day there is only one nurse, 2 assistants and 12 caregivers. At first is sounded like they were severely understaffed but after I saw the acuity of the patients I believe that the facility is ...
... after finding the place and checking in i walked to get some food. China town was the only place nearby for food and i'm not a fan of chinese food but i did manage to find a thai restaurant close by luckily. I was planning an early night that night but something amazing happened. I was in the hostel and who walks in, my friend Tyler from America who i met a year and a half ago in Denmark. I couldnt believe it. What a small world. I gave ...
... cooking class, Madam Thai practices dart throwing with her local dart team. I end up playing darts with them for hours. They were actually impressed with my dart skills. Too bad we had to leave the next day to Laos or maybe I would be able to participate in one of the local tournaments with them. Madam is one of the top woman dart thrower in the North of Thailand.
Phillipe had to return to college early. Jessica will travel with us for another week into Laos and ...
... the rolling of Spring Rolls. Everyone had a great time. There was so much food. No one went away hungry. Aj. Pot played her guitar and the students did some group activities following our meal. Everyone is smiling, laughing and having a good time. Of course, plenty of pictures were taken.
This year 67 Thai students applied for the program but only 18 were selected. The students had to apply to the program, take an exam ...
... out after saying goodbye to them. While there I was slightly worried that people might be able to read my mind, as the last song of the band playing in one bar was Oasis' Don't look back in anger - just when I thought that would be a great last song - reminding me of my good old time at University... For my last full day I decided staying at the pool most of the time - reading a book, a bit swimming, heading outside the hostel for some great lunch (the place was literally ...