Le Bayburi Pranburi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... grounds of the temple, there were so many people walking around praying, holding flowers to deliver to the monk and people praying through speakers for everyone to hear – it almost made me wish I was Buddhist because I’m sure I would have appreciated the experience even more than I did, apparently Thai people come here to pay respect to Luang Phor Thuad and to ask for things as favours, good luck, health, fortune and happiness. It was ...
... in a wooden crate so he can't walk or move and then beat him on his back over and over with bats and sticks until he kneels. It's actually called "breaking the elephants will". Even the documentation I got from the travel agent mentioned this phenomenon. And I know; it must be centuries old. Hannibal rode elephants over the Alps, but we are a civilized world. Knowledge and power come with responsibility. It has to stop somewhere. I'm not the most environmentally friendly guy ...
... Villa beach vacation. Similar to Vietnam villas, a little non- descript dirt road opened up to a spectacular resort overlooking the ocean with a 60 or so foot, white sandy beach. Our luggage disappeared before we’d seen our rooms but there it was when we went in. Air conditioned atmosphere met us when we opened the door. As I think has been said, Bangkok is hot. Even though we travelled in an air conditioned vehicle the three hours since the airport, the ...
... live here" flavor.
We have been blessed on this trip to have met some very kind, fun and generous folks.
After Bangkok, it is on to Australia and an entirely new and different experience. We begin with ten days in the Perth area on the southwest corner and then fly to Sydney. Our next posting will be from Perth.
... around. The only problem was that they always chose me as “Goose” and so I got really tired real fast. We played a game that was similar to “Tag”, and a game where half the students were “Deer” and the other half, “Tigers” had to get them. It was very fun and the teacher and I handled it pretty well, I think. She would say the game instructions in English ...