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It will be hard to write an entry about our two weeks in Pak Song with out sounding like a hippy, such was the vibe of living in a community and helping on a project that was so welcoming and laid back and really made you feel like you were part of something. So apologies now for veering off into new age territory, the short stay really did have a positive effect on us but we won't be trading our clothes for hemp pants just yet.
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... Thailand apart from other holiday destinations is the exceptional amount of opportunities to see and experience parts of the country that aren't advertised in a travel brochure. Such experiences include visiting local communities, schools or simply indulging in a local meal made by the people of Bangkok or ...
1 day before our month long visa for Thailand runs out, we manage to get to the border crossing. Online it says people rarely go there on their own, they always go with a tour that shuttles them from bangkok or somewhere to Ranong. We thought this was silly and ignored the warnings on how "difficult" it was to do it on your own. So arriving at the bus station late at night, we ask the little shop lady if there were taxis and she said did we want a hotel? So she rang one ...
On the off nights we would just jam acoustically in the bar and these were a great way to share songs and make friends. There would only be a few regulars in the bar o these nights and we got to know them and we felt like part of a little community, the alternative crowd escaping the 'full moon and beach parties'.
What a weird eclectic and eccentric bunch we were.
... sea. It can get quite chilly at night and we were provided with 2 blankets. Some mornings I would wake early and take my blanket and lie in the hammock all wrapped up reading my book. We have a cold shower and toilet that you need to pour water down to flush it.
On our first day we walked to the village which is a little stretch of the imagination; it was more like 4 shops. Further on was the local school which was hosting a ...