- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... up and down to stay focused.
Looking out the window it appears that we have a real plane today, one with jet engines. Board and depart on time just before midday. Am sat next to a Thai businessman who runs a paper mill near Khon Kaen and he spends the whole flight talking to me so I don't even get a nap. Arrive in Khon Kaen before 13:00 and as w leave the plane everyone is handed a bright yellow umbrella to keep the sun off during the short walk ...
... We were vegetarians for the next ten days and glad for the break from meat, fish and convenience foods. I was shown to my wood hut, the furthest away from the main building, deep in the forest, Natalee would be sleeping with the females in the main building, as the males and females are kept separate as we were living and working in a Buddhist Monastary after all. Back to my hut, well it was basic, with no door, a broken window, a makeshift mosquito net, and hundreds of rat droppings, ...
... only 6 people. However, we still were able to collect really interesting information for a presentation we have to make in class tomorrow before break starts.
That is about it for this past week. Break begins tomorrow at 12:30 and I will be flying down to Phuket, spending a few days in the rainforest, and then going to Ko Lanta, a beach southwest of Krabi, and located about 4 hours from Phuket. I will try to update again once I am back in Khon Kaen mid-November!
... hospital, we had the opportunity to interview village health volunteers, who were very passionate about helping improve community health. However, the woman in the village we interviewed (who had been a village health volunteer for 13 years) said she really does not like her job and never wanted to initially do it. The village headman just wrote her name down and she became a village health volunteer. Additionally, what she actually does was very unclear compared to ...
... not our last) Thai Massage. It was an hour long massage for 200 Baht, which is equivalent to $6!! It was a phenomenal massage and we very much looked forward to the next one.
We took the 7 hour night bus to the capital of Jen’s province called Khan Kaen. We were not looking forward to being on a bus that long but the Thai’s know how to make a bus luxurious! The seats recline way back and a foot stool comes up like a lazy boy! We were given ...