Baan Rai Lanna Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... my life about “getting away” for a bit alone, maybe to a monastery on some beautiful lake, maybe to a convent somewhere with a nice ocean view, maybe to the Shimbala Buddhist retreat center up in the mountains of Colorado. Haven’t any of you at times felt like your head is about to explode with all the “stuff” of life, just the everyday chaos and responsibilities of living, added on top of a lifetime of influences from every direction? Haven’t ...
I am excited for today because we are going to Laos. Last year I went to Myanmar and this year to Laos. I keep adding more countries every year. I never imagined that I would become a world traveler. I was terrified of planes and did not take my first plane ride until 2002. It was the one year anniversary after 9/11 and an international flight at that. Here I am 12 years later having visited 15 countries: Canada, Austria, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba, ...
... Catmosphere' and was decorated with a bit of a space theme. We had to wash our hands and put on these little slippers before we were let in to the cafe. As we entered we were greeted by about 8 cats lounging around, playing and having cuddles from the customers. It was a bit busy when we first arrived including a few kids. We spent most of the day hanging out there so eventually it cleared out and it was just the two of us with about 8-10 cats! I ended up with a sleepy little ...
... her in the restaurant. :)
Following dinner we met for class. We had a really good discussion on assertiveness. The students are really engaged in the class this year and seem to enjoy our class sessions. Everyone is healthy at that moment. If anyone is experience home sickness, they are hiding it pretty well. We are all very tired so we are ending activities at 9:30 pm so we can all get a good night's sleep. Thank you for your continued prayers. God bless.
... had to introduce ourselves before eating. Relationships certainly come before the task here (even when you are hungry). However, the meal was well worth the wait, and it was great to have a little time together just us students. Again, as the hierarchy goes, the students sit at one table and the professors at another.
The biggest challenge for me today has been language. I really want to understand what my Thai buddies are saying, ...