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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I took the kids to get their second round of shots. It went a little better than the first time. Hopefully the last round will be the easiest. I've promised a trip to Tim Hortons to celebrate ,after the final set. Bribery.....maybe I should of thought of that sooner???? We found out cousin Robin is willing to take our dog Booker ,while we are away. How awesome is that? Great news! We are getting more comfortable with ...
... 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 ...
... Numchok (an artist who is very famous in Thailand at the moment) was playing a free concert at a bar downtown. So, we decided to go, and eventually got downtown. I only know one or so of his songs that are always playing at coffee shops or in other public areas, but it was still so much fun and I am so glad I went. We started off with drinks at a small table, but then left our table, and somehow made it to the front row (we were sitting on the speakers), and were ...
... orientation community stay. This was the first time I had visited, so I was really excited. Unfortunately, the experience was not the greatest. We got to the community and our translators told the village headman that we were here to stay for the night (as had been previously arranged) and to talk with community members. No one in the community had any idea we were coming, and so they had to scramble to find places for us to stay. In general, people did not seem the most ...
... Jen’s village and Chiang Mai (which would have been over a 12 hour journey) so we were happy to stop here. Sukhothai is home to a World Heritage Site protecting the old capital city of Sukhothai kingdom in the 13th and 14th centuries and is home to numerous Buddha figures, palace buildings and ruined temples. We rented bicycles for the day and road around looking at all the sites and statues. We ended our day with our first ...