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I enjoyed Touch the Dragon and throughout made little connection with Karens realisations observation and experiences comparing them with my own life of travels Karen also taught me new things of Thailand that I never knew before dealing with geography culture and religion like about the head being the holy part of your body I found that interesting I enjoyed the book Touch the Dragon due to Karens description of the landscape and culture When I started reading the book I was very eager to find out about Karens surroundings because for me it is that element of a book that allows me to connect with the main character and imagine myself in the story Karens descriptions like on page 70 when she is talking about men with machine guns get on the bus as she is heading to Phuket This reminded me of the time when I lived in Tobago and because they where having problems in Trinidad with a thing called the Koo political thing everybody had to be in there houses by 600pm if not there wore police and military men out with guns and bats Trinidad and Tobago are two countries together so if one country is having problems the other one has to follow even if they dont have the same problem Well any ways the point is my family and I where out after 600pm because we had wanted to see something I cant remember what it was but a military man had seen us walking down the street so he had stopped us I was most defently shaking thats for sher but my dad who is very good talker had said some stuff to the military man and all he said was ok hurry and get inside your home Man was I scared just like Karen on the bus I would say it was one of those terrifying events that I would not like to happen again in
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