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Mark, Khrieko, and I became public school teachers for the first time last week. We taught 6 hours a day in the neighboring town of Som Poi. We were responsible for teaching English classes from 1st to 9th grade, with 15-30 students per class. Every class we were greeted by "Hello teacher!", followed by "I am fine, thank you. And you?", and then "Thank you teacher" - no matter what we said in response to each line. I laughed every time they said "I am fine, ...
We took an unexpectedly nice bus ride (with food, drink, and AC) to Chatturat, where we were picked up by Khrieko, the missionary mentioned in our last post. We met his wife Nitho, daughter Sese (age 6), and son Vizo (age 2). Sese is the smartest, most polite girl I have ever met. She knows her native Indian language, English, and Thai. She always says "thank you", can read very well, play instruments, never complains or cries, and is constantly ...
Accommodations and Food: $50/week
Work: Teaching, Farming
We make a positive contribution to the community through social and environmental projects in the village of Nong Weang and surrounding area in Thailand. Aiding farms/farmers with organic permaculture farming. We run a self sufficient organic permaculture farm, we teach permaculture philosophy, knowledge and hands on "how to".AreaNorth Eastern, ThailandType ...
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Last week we left you in the midst of the district games, a sort of week long field day involving schools from all the neighboring villages. Laura had a small fever. Heres how things played out:
Khokmangngoi village didnt do too hot. While we brought home trophies for table tennis and the P4-P6 relay race, we got our butts handed to us in soccer, volleyball, and petank. Don't even ...
Everything in the Chaiyaphum district of Thailand has been great so far. Although we are both still enjoying our celebrity status, the students have become noticeably more comfortable with us, particualrly in speaking english and asking questions. We are both picking up some Thai (at least enough to control a classroom...sort of), mostly from our host families but also a good amount from the kids. Dinner conversations can still be bit convoluted ...