Suan Bua Hotel & Resort
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... the city below. We then took the 100 year old tram down the hill. We then rushed back to the hotel, packed our bags and jumped on the train to the airport for our flight. We arrived in CM just in time for the night market to open. We met up with Andrew's friends, Roni and Mike. They live in Sydney. We all enjoyed a variety of Thai food at some stalls and sat at small tables on stools. We wandered the market for a few hours before petering out. Tomorrow zip lining through the ...
Despite the train takes a long time to Chiang Mai, we both slept like logs as you cannot feel the train moving. Again we got woken so the beds could be converted back to seats and got to enjoy our breakfast we had with us before we arrived. Once arrived we kept to our rule of not taking harassing taxi from the station and walked towards the old ...
- Mothers were cut open horizontally
- Extra precision with cutting
- Babies were delivered, made to cry and shown to Mother
- Babies left room to go straight to nursery while Mother was stitched up
- Mother is stitched using sutures in every layer
- More time and care is taken
- Mothers were cut open vertically
- Rough cutting and ...
... which they most certainly do not have. My "training" is observing him or other teachers (who aren't real teachers and have no teaching experience) teach their own classes. I do really like the other teachers though, and they were interested in hearing about some of my strategies, as the owner has not been a great resource for them. I'm meeting with Jesse tomorrow to ask him some serious questions about the expectations ...
... on motor scooters) ended with a trip to an Indian called the Five Spice Restaurant, where we enjoyed some really first class food at very reasonable prices. Unfortunately the place also did takeaway's, so at one stage we had to endure an English Ex Pat, reminisces of the 'Old Country', and his encyclopaedic knowledge of all Thai! As Debbie said to me at the time, "you do know how to find them, don't you" ...