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Oct-2008

the art of nuad borarn (ancient thai massage) is quite complex and i find i’m one of the few students here to only complete one week of training. people from all over the world come to ITM here in chiang mai and stay up to three months to learn the ancient art of thai yoga […]

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after landing in chaing mai and settling into our b and b, ban kong rao, we headed to the chiang mai shopping park to buy some clothes and necessities. our fourth day of travel without luggage! though jet blue just informed me that our bags should arrive tomorrow. here’s hoping! we took a motor bike […]

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after napping on and off throughout our first day in bangkok, we woke suddenly and hungrily around 9 p.m. and decided to venture out for food. sukhumvit is a popular area for tourists, shoppers, and if you wander deep- people interested in the sex trade. far more than a pretty thai lady, we wanted curry […]

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http://archive.fortes.com/2006/01/01/chiang-mai-sunday-market/ Even as I hold a yoga pose still, an undeniable current flows through me, a vibration, a breeze. By practicing the yoga poses I experience constant change. I begin to understand everything is in flux. Throughout my practice and my life, I breathe and I smile. Ben is home from Shenzhen, slowing down. China […]

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Shenzhen I’m lucky to be a twin though I’m not used to being alone; since utero I’ve had a compnaion. Perhaps that’s why I felt empty yesterday after Ben left for China, or perhaps it’s because we bring out the best in each other. I cherish these two weeks as an opportunity to grow and […]

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