Tag Archives: Monks

The Venerable Louis

It’s only natural that during my time as an English teacher here in Asia, I have made an interesting assortment of friends.  Many of them have done the same thing as me: teach for a few years before moving on … Continue reading

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Cambodia: The Monk Post

A look back at my records indicates that I only slept at temples three times this month.  That’s more than in northern and central Vietnam, where I don’t think I saw a single Buddhist temple, but far less than in … Continue reading

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Thailand, By Land: Part One

The blog block continues! Just as Laos nearly killed my blog, Thailand appears to have done the same. I’ve still got ten days of natural living and ten days of doing the tourist thing in Bangkok to write about, but … Continue reading

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