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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... pounding them to pulp, to make their own paper,
to weave your own fishing nets, make your own bamboo thatched rugs, grass roofs, woven bamboo for house walls, mud bricks (one brick at a time).
to wash your clothes in a river that is most often dirtier and more polluted than your clothes,
to watch your children’s bellies distend from parasites and disease for lack of proper medical care,
to walk up mountains for miles to work your ...
... the same language. It's in the expressions of the heart, whether in simple gestures, reading the eyes, the face, the body. It's sometimes in a simple touch (within their cultural guidelines), or in just sharing space together for a time. It was within these moments, I felt ready to pick up my camera and it is these pictures that I now truly cherish because there is an honest "story" behind them.
These are the images I would ...
... modification and stuff. The importance for the tastes of the dishes was also explained. You can think of eggplants, garlic chives, spring onions, mangos, papayas and jackfruit. We could choose from three dishes per five rounds and I chose the following:
- Red Curry with Chicken (and make curry paste all by yourself with mortar)
- Chicken in Coconut Milk Soup
- Stir-fried Chicken with Basil
- Pad Thai Fried Noodles
- Mango ...
... down into a valley in order to get to the village we were staying for the night. On the way down we came across some spiders who didn’t seem to like being poked out of their holes (by Paso, our guide) so we all crowded round to get a glimpse of the Tarantulas. We then descended into the village where we passed lots of livestock including cattle, pigs and loads of chickens. We were put in a communal hut that we all would stay in. We had mattresses and bedding on the floor ...
... mini bus would conk out at any time and we may be pushing it up the cliff ourselves, but some how we made it! We were told Maylamean bungalows were not accessible from the road. So we were dropped off at a 7eleven store and then had to walk down a back alley in order to get to the beach. We knew we had to turn right onto the beach at the end of the alley but we wasn't exactly sure how far we had to walk to our destination... In the ...