Wishing Tree Resort
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... out. At the top you could see the whole of Khon Kaen.
Later , for dinner, we went to a huge market and I ended up spending a bit there, buying various things. The food section was too much to take but we were going to an Italian so saved ourself for that. That night we drank and m150, went to a couple of bars and a club to make up for the night before.
The next day I was approached by a monk ...
... in the afternoon to prepare for our community stay. Sunday was our only day off, but I spent most of the day catching up on coursework that I have not had time to do during the day. By Monday, I was absolutely exhausted and was not homesick, but was craving the ability to set my own schedule and be able to work on my own time. I was incredibly excited to get to escape the very structured routine that was beginning to overtake my life to spend a day and a half at ...
... it up for me. They asked me to come back in 40 minutes since they would be installing anti-virus and other software stuff. I went with my roommate and her friend to get ice cream, and we assumed that upon returning to the laptop store, I would be able to pay in 10 minutes and then leave. I tried to pay with my Visa card, but the laptop had exceeded the 20,000 baht limit. The store suggested I pay in cash. I tried to withdraw the amount of ...
We arrived in Khon Kaen yesterday at 8 am. It felt more like 11 pm to us. We were very surprised at how smoothly our traveling went. I had my doubts. When the plane took off from Dallas to Tokyo a couple of overhead bins opened and one of the screens that was displaying how to buckle your seat belt, came loose from the ceiling and was hanging from it's wires for the rest of the 13 hours of the trip. Our seats were right in the middle so we each had a couple of ...
... of the farmers had sent their rice to be milled. It comes back to them in large rice bags and each family stores what they will need for their family for the entire year. The rest gets trucked to markets to be sold and I saw every mode of transport imaginable stacked with rice bags.
Every day, Sumalai's family joins together at her grandfather and grandmother's home for the evening meal. This trip, I am able to speak and understand a little more Thai. Even ...