Khon Kaen Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... French, and speaks a little Thai because her peers speak with her. The other girl I know is Italian and Thai. I think that family is living near our house because I saw her father taking out the trash this morning!
Khon Kaen is a neat place to live. There seems to be connections we are making left and right with people- and we thought that living in a city this might be more difficult to ...
... ever wants to visit and experience the beauty of the African continent/go on a safari, Uganda borders Rwanda, Kenya, and Tanzania, and Madagascar is only a 3.5 hour flight away.
Obviously, it will be difficult for anything for the remainder of the next three weeks to be quite as exciting as finally finding out where I am living and working at after graduation. However, I will definitely update to give you an idea of a "Thanksgiving in Thailand" next week.
... the tour of the community. I also learned a lot about sustainable agriculture (something that I knew very little about before we visited the community). This model is a really interesting (not necessarily universally practical) way to solve a lot of community health problems and I will be very interested to see if their model catches on with nearby villages and communities in Northeast Thailand.
Once we got back from Dton Mun, we had about 15 minutes to rest before ...
... came to know Jesus. This is why Peter has such a heart for the Asian Provinces as he spent some of his childhood close to the village. One thing that I really felt spoken too from Peters message was that, God always uses our roots in our calling. The things of the past play relevant significance in our daily ministry. We all returned home absolutely shattered tonight ready to sleep. It was busy the whole way with very little rest time, but what a great ...
... outside a 7/11 with a bag of crisps and a coffee before getting back to the hotel about 21:30 to find Jai sat enjoying her somtam in front of the TV.
I did manage to get a story about the offer at immigration. Apparently 500GBP will procure a 12 month retirement visa without the need for any checks upon savings or pensions that would usually be required. A further 300GBP would renew that visa a year later - maybe ? I think that I will remain legal ...