Lanna Guest House
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... each other up !? 28/2/15 We started the day by going to the post office and through the power of charades managed to ship 10kg of stuff home in a box by shipment for £50!! It will take 2-3 months but so worth it as now I can actually lift my bag! We had another pool afternoon then I had a massage. (Full body means full body in Thailand!) After dinner we went to the market and then to a lady boy show. Of course Adam went up on stage for a lap dance from a lady ...
... station because I usually really enjoy relaxation yoga. It was one of my favorites when I was doing the 200 hour program. Unfortunately, I have not been able to relax completely in the student-led sessions this week. I don't know what it is. Maybe I'm in the evaluative mode, and instead of relaxing, I'm thinking of feedback to give them.
I don't know what is going on with me!
I started reading a book called Why Yoga by Shri Yogendra, ...
... parts about 10 feet deep.
It took a long time to warm up, but it was a peaceful way to travel through the jungle. We found another bamboo pole on an abandoned raft and we were able to take turns pushing the raft along. There were numerous parts along the river with tiny little rapids. They came frequently enough that I was never able to take a seat on my life jacket for long. So it ended ...
... the waterfall past bamboo, pretty purple flowers and giant ants! To end the day we went to Huay Tung Tao Lake, an artificial lake sitting at the foot of Doi Suthep. Its circled by little bamboo huts where you can sit and watch the sunset behind the mountain which we did while enjoying a beer and delicious whole deep fried fish with chunks of garlic and deep fried holy basil. I can imagine this place would be packed on a weekend, but late on a week day it was very quiet ...
... people have told me I should get a twitter, instagram, etc or be more active on facebook since I travel so much. But it's because I have traveled so much that I am not used to updating and checking those things constantly. Traveling and moving around make you somewhat of a minimalist, I think, and for me that is reflected on my social media activity. Oh, and back when I was teaching, it weirded me out when my students would send ...