The Nara Boutique Resort & Spa
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... speed, which really feels like a good thing and finally the fluid seems to be working its way out of my legs so that is finally on the mend.
The funny thing is…would I ever consider doing it again? Yes. Don’t ask me to explain.
So, that’s it folks. I don’t know if this helps explain all of your questions or if this has solidified your thoughts that I have truly gone over some edge. But I’m here, feeling more alive than ever, and ...
... the land of smiles;" I don’t think this description could be more accurate. It seems like everyone on this campus is always happy, and I can’t think but to wonder why? I think that if Americans were more focused on others and people as a whole like in the Thai community, instead of just themselves, we would be happier. There is such joy that comes from people that no material object could replace. ...
... of working in a hospital in America (which I didn’t have while I was in Rwanda), left me astounded at how different nursing care is here.
I had mentioned earlier that nurses have more responsibilities here, despite having a 10:1 patient ratio. Today, I learned that they draw blood, adjust the ventilators settings, handle respiratory care, administer medications, do all wound care, remove endotracheal tubes and chest tubes, ...
... peoples homes too, often with flashing lights around the pictures. I'm not sure if this is done out of genuine affection for royalty, out of tradition, or just conformance, given the response to the national anthem, possibly the latter of those options.
We are taken back by how much good stuff there is at the market, it's not the usual tourist souvenirs they are selling, but a huge range of items. Paintings, lanterns, stationery, ...
... more importantly, I can’t wait to see the joy on my dad’s face as he partakes in all the amazing things there are to enjoy about Thai culture.
So, the journey began on Wednesday, December 17th with a bright and early 7:30AM flight from San Francisco to LA. The transit would be SF – LA – Narita, Japan – Bangkok, Thailand. Other than being 20 hours of flying time, the transit was relatively uneventful. We had a few minor delays along ...