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... every day 3 times a day with so much food, or our beds fixed, clothing washed, folded and ironed, towels folded with an orchid placed on top of our beds, and our buddies carrying our things for us, it is hard to take in. I feel like I should be serving them or helping them in some way or doing something and so sometimes I am not sure how to handle myself because I like to do things for other people to bless them. I appreciate it so much however, I feel like I can't do enough to thank them ...
... For example one night we decided to sample the food from a cart on our street. The cart sign announced it was selling Roti, which Stebbs was surprised about since that is the name of an Indian food item also. We were surprised to see however that Roti in Thailand is very different. For dinner this woman was selling flattened dough filled with an egg and sliced banana that was then fried in a pan and folded up similar to a crepe. She then drizzled sweet and condensed milk ...
... and exchanged Facebook contacts before dispersing to our assigned vans. Thanks to an awful driver, our trip back to Chiang my city was horrific. Flying out of the park entrance, he almost hit our own dogs being walked by ENP volunteers. The drive only got worse. We nearly hit several mopeds, cars and crossing pedestrians. We had to pull over because a volunteer got car sick from his speeding, sharp turns and jarring stops. It was a scary and ...
Back at the farmhouse I had a Thai massage costing 200Baht (4 pounds) it was amazing and then we had pineapple spring rolls! Heaven!!! Pretty chilled night we played games and drank beer and again bed by 9pm we know how to party hahahaha!!
Boon told us of his experience with a ghost buffalo... hmmm
In all this was an amazing adventure, the following day we walked to the river and sat on a Bamboo Raft that ...
... down the road we ran into a police road stop. The officer who pulled me over was a chubby white dude, which I found very confusing. He proceeded to tell me that I did not have a valid motorcycle license. I pretty much interrupted him when he said that, and said "ummm, actually yes I do" I pointed out my class 5 & 6 on my license. He quickly said "oh ok". It's very weird to have come across this as Thailand seems like a country where anyone could rent a scooter. Just after we ...