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Tucked in the center of a national park sets a little town of Chieng Muan. With National forrests around and mountains all keeping it hidden from other tourists the students have found thier home away from home. We entered home-stay about a week ago. The students have been living in this small Thai community for a while, attending classes at the high school and teaching English. There have been plenty of awkward moments and funny stories to share each morning when we meet. We have had a lot of confusion as to why would someone wake up at 5 am (or earlier), and why would they do this to clean the house or the school. The Thai studetns have been discribed as "Machines" multiple times, keeping our students moving all day on bikes, going to classes and of course singing Karaoke.

Yesterday we attended a Province wide competition in Math, Science, Thai language, French and English. We did not compete just watched our brothers and sisters compete however we were for sure were noticed. After being the stars of the competition getting our pictures taken and signing autographs we boarded the Karakoe bus back to Chieng Muan. Approximently 30 songs later we pulled into the school laughing about the fact that we just sang (or listened) to someone sing for the entire bus ride.

Tomorrow we finish up with our preparation for the English camp we will be hosting on Sunday. We wrote the lessons today and tomorrow will be completing anything that we might need to finish up. We are also planning the rest of the trip. As instructors we have handed the student control of the planning for the last weekof the course. With guidance they have come up with a fantastic plan for the final week. We made the decision that we could see more of Thailand if we stayed Cetral insted of heading South. It was a tough decision but the itinerary is looking great. We will be volunteering tons! It is shaping up to be a great trip. We will keep everyone updated on itinerary changes as they are firmed up. On Monday we will be heading to Bangkok and then to Ratchaburi to do our Temple Stay. We will be out of contact from Tuesday till Sunday.

We hope everyone is well at home!

Thailand Course Instructor Team

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Finally at Home…Stays

Mandy Hammond,Thailand, Summer 2008

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Tucked in the center of a national park sets a little town of Chieng Muan. With National forrests around and mountains all keeping it hidden from other tourists the students have found thier home away from home. We entered home-stay about a week ago. The students have been living in this small Thai community for […]

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07/24/08

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Mandy Hammond

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Hey everyone,

we're about half way through our homestay in Chiang Muan and we have to say we're having a great time. All of our families are really nice and take extremely good care of us and we couldn't beanymore content with our homestay brothers and sisters. All of our brothers and sisters speak a little English, but only one is fluent. The food is really delicious and we can hardly stand we eat so much at each meal. We're planning an english camp for this sunday at school, so about 100 students will be there and we will be doing various games to help them learn. Yesterday we went to the waterfall and went swimming into a cave behind it. The water was murkey and deep so we had no idea what was under us which made it exciting and scary. While we were there we got to see some of the wild peacocks that the waterfall is famous for. They didnt look like peacocks you see at the zoo, they were a little bigger is size an were green and brown and had short tails instead of long ones. We decided to cut out going down south for the last week of the trip becuase we all decided we wouldn't have enough time to see everything that we wanted to, and that we wouldnt get as much out of going to the south as we would staying in cental thailand. We're going to temple stay after this monday and we will be there for a good three days. while we are there we wake up at 4:30 AM and go meditate for an hour with the monks, then after that we go beg for food with the monks in the city, then we spend the rest of the day doing meditation and help clean the temple.

This trip sure is going by fast! Talk to you all soon,

Thailand Group 2008

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Group Yak Yak

Group,Thailand, Summer 2008

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Hey everyone, we’re about half way through our homestay in Chiang Muan and we have to say we’re having a great time. All of our families are really nice and take extremely good care of us and we couldn’t beanymore content with our homestay brothers and sisters. All of our brothers and sisters speak a […]

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07/24/08

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Group

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I'm finally home . . . my homestay that is. I have been paired with a Thai brother name golf (nickname). So far, I have lived with Golf for 4 days. So what do I mean by that. I have attended Thai school for three days in which I have taught English and have relearned subjects such as Physics and Biology. I have also played many sports with the many students of"my" school. Apart from school I have visited The Fanta (Grand Canyon of Chiang Muan)and the waterfall. All this however means nothing.

The only thing that is important here is the connections I have had with the different people here. I have been here for 4 days and half of the school which has 700 students know my name. Of these students, at least 20 have had an actual converstation with me. They have invited me to their homes where I have either eaten, played games, or just hung out. It should be obvious but isn't that these student are just like us. They talk about the same thing, the play sports, and just hang out like us. It took me living with Golf to actually realize that.

The students are just some of the peope I have met here. Ya is a disabled man who teaches or tutorsmany students in mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Ya was an excellent student until he was involved in a motorcycle accidentin which he injured his spine. Ya is an insparational mn because of everything he does for the students in this town. He is lovedby his studentand by us for everyrthing he does. The fact that he can function so well in a placethat isn't as accisable as the states. He doesn't think of himself as important but he truly is one of th emost important man in this own.

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I’m home

Edward Rivera,Thailand, Summer 2008

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I’m finally home . . . my homestay that is. I have been paired with a Thai brother name golf (nickname). So far, I have lived with Golf for 4 days. So what do I mean by that. I have attended Thai school for three days in which I have taught English and have relearned […]

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07/24/08

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Edward Rivera

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My last post was deleted so I'll recap but keep it brief.

We are in Chaing Muan at the moment in our homestays. My Thai sister, Xis very sweet and welcoming into her home and making me part of the family. The food is greatandafun challenge,trying to eat sticky rice and curry with my fingers!

Right now we are preparing for an english camp where we will teach different attributes of the english language. A sad ending is around the corner as we will soon have to say goodbye and head off to Bangkok this Monday.

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Homestay

Monique Kelmenson,Thailand, Summer 2008

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My last post was deleted so I’ll recap but keep it brief. We are in Chaing Muan at the moment in our homestays. My Thai sister, Xis very sweet and welcoming into her home and making me part of the family. The food is greatandafun challenge,trying to eat sticky rice and curry with my fingers! […]

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07/24/08

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Monique Kelmenson

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A New Home

Monique K, Gabrielle N, Sam F,Thailand, Summer 2008

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Surrounded by the giggles of Thai school girls as they play their 1990’s American Pop Music we sit reflecting on our first hours at our new home in Chiang Muan, Thailand. The bus drops us on the steps of the thai school which will be our epicenter for the next 10 days. We unload our […]

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07/21/08

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Monique K, Gabrielle N, Sam F

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I'm back from a lot of things. Today is my first day back from Burma which was one of the coolest experiences ever. The first day I was able to see the true beauty of Burma's country side as I trekked through the jungles and rice fields. This was a complete opposite of what comes to mind when the word Burma is brought up. during the trek, we went and visited a couple of hill tribe villages where we stayed and saw those who lived off nature. We saw true happiness devoid of the need for materialistic things.

The second day i met really warming people in the town i stayed at who conversed with me and treated me as a friend. It was also a Buddhist holiday and i was invited into Temples where i prayed with the people and talked to the monks there.

Tomorrow i'm off to my homestay which is without a doubt the most exciting part of my trip. in these homestays, I'll stay with a family of whom I've never met which is in itself an experiance yet we also get to teach english and play sports. I am sad to say that we are already halfway through the trip.

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I'm back

Edward Rivera,Thailand, Summer 2008

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I’m back from a lot of things. Today is my first day back from Burma which was one of the coolest experiences ever. The first day I was able to see the true beauty of Burma’s country side as I trekked through the jungles and rice fields. This was a complete opposite of what comes […]

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07/18/08

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Edward Rivera

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Lately we have been very busy. Our past four days have been spent not in Thailand but in Burma. We crossed over from Maesai, Thailand to something like Techuleck, Burma. At the Burma we got a good look at a nice market and then headed to our destination, i forgot the name of the city. The drive to this city was one of the most breathtaking drives I have experienced. The country is gorgeous and extemely green. The day after we arrived, we headed out on our day trek through Burma. The landscapes here we equally gorgeous. The trek was very eye opening as we passed through several hill tribe villages. The next day we had the opportunity to explore the quaint safe village we were in. It happened to be Buddhist Lent so I had the opportunity of entering many temples and not only observing some services but also participating in. Overall our trip to Burma was very thought provoking and enjoyable. The food we had there, even though most was Chinese. was amazing!

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fun in the sun

Inge Sullivan,Thailand, Summer 2008

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Lately we have been very busy. Our past four days have been spent not in Thailand but in Burma. We crossed over from Maesai, Thailand to something like Techuleck, Burma. At the Burma we got a good look at a nice market and then headed to our destination, i forgot the name of the city. […]

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07/18/08

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Inge Sullivan

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We just got back from burma and i have to say that i had a blast. we were able to have a solo day and walk around town by ourselves. i felt safe the entire time and i knew that nothing bad would happen because i knew my way around the town. we also trekked for a day and we were able to see some of the hiltribe villages that nobody really gets tp visit. today is a travel day, and tommorow i meet my homestay family.

talk to you all soon,

sam

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yak yak

sam f,Thailand, Summer 2008

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We just got back from burma and i have to say that i had a blast. we were able to have a solo day and walk around town by ourselves. i felt safe the entire time and i knew that nothing bad would happen because i knew my way around the town. we also trekked […]

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07/18/08

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sam f

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Three weeks have officially passed, which marks the halfway point of the journey. Our group just arrived back in Thailand after spending 4 days in Burma. We learned lots about the political situation, went on a day long trek, visiting hill tribe villages, and spent a day by ourselves, reflecting on Burma, and the trip thus far. This portion of the trip was especially informative and thought provoking. Next, we will embark on our homestays, which is always a highlight. We will be there for 10 days, living with a traditional Thai family in Chiang Muan, Mandy's Peace Core site. This trip continues to amaze me; every new adventure I take part in, and more importantly, every new person I meet, I learn more and more. 3 weeks down. 3 to go.

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three weeks in

Zach Hodges,Thailand, Summer 2008

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Three weeks have officially passed, which marks the halfway point of the journey. Our group just arrived back in Thailand after spending 4 days in Burma. We learned lots about the political situation, went on a day long trek, visiting hill tribe villages, and spent a day by ourselves, reflecting on Burma, and the trip […]

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07/18/08

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Zach Hodges

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hello,

today our group left Burma and went to Chiang Rai. while we were in Burma we went to many Hill Tribe villages and learned about the people that were in them. it was amazing! in addition, we all went on a "solo" day and walked around a small town in Burma by ourselves to think about our many adventures over the last 3 weeks. tomorrow we are going to our home stay village and i cant wait to be introduced to my home stay family and begin my 10 day home stay. i know we are all really excited and cant wait for the next three weeks. in addition, everyone in the group is getting along amazingly.

-stephen.

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Return From Burma

Stephen Zaro,Thailand, Summer 2008

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hello, today our group left Burma and went to Chiang Rai. while we were in Burma we went to many Hill Tribe villages and learned about the people that were in them. it was amazing! in addition, we all went on a "solo" day and walked around a small town in Burma by ourselves to […]

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07/18/08

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Stephen Zaro

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