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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t too much and do speed the trip up a bit, otherwise you can get caught in the dreaded bkk traffic jam I packed my bike up and used the laundry machine in my apartment. Pretty handy to have that. I did a little shopping and for dinner had a yummy and spicy bowl of Tom yum soup. As you can imagine it's much more flavoured than back home. But as you know, if it burns going in, the laws of eating say it will burn going out and this morning I'm afraid to ...
... started checking off our list of things to do. First up was to get a Thai massage. The place Yui wanted to go was closed, and the next place could only take one of us. Scott got the honors since his shoulder has been bugging him, and I don’t really like massages anyways, so Yui and I sat and “read” about the latest Thai fashions, trends, and stars in magazines (that were in Thai) while Scott’s body was ...
... Kok Si Village, about 25 minutes away from the university.
One of the most exciting things from this past week has been eating actual spaghetti. If you are wondering why I would not have eaten Thai food for a Friday night dinner, I eat Thai food almost every day for at least lunch and dinner (sometimes for breakfast as well), so it is nice to have a change every once in a while and have Western or American food. Since I have been in Khon Kaen, there has been a sign stating that ...
... the evening the women resurface having changed from traditional dresses into silk formal gowns, a myriad of colours and meticulous primping. The theme is the medicine of love because the two met in med school. Heart stopping-ly cute. It sends pills down my spine. Cardio and Juliet.
The national sport of Thailand is Takraw, see also: hacky sack on crack. It's similar to volleyball, each team has 3 players and you get 3 touches max to get it over ...
So I get off the plane in Bangkok with approximately 20 other exchangers. Some look a particularly shade of grey, while others simply look worn out. At this point I've travelled for 2 and a half days, with maybe 5 hours of sleep total but I'm really excited! My host dad Somsak surprises me at the airport and we take a van through lightning and it's as though the sky has cracked open. He's very warm and smiles a lot! We arrive at a hotel and I get my own room, and I have to ...