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... the natural building they have already started, harvesting food, building adobe bricks, etc. One of my favourite parts was has been shovelling pig poo. Yep, I said it, it has been awhile since I had the chance to play farm girl! This place surrounds you with a feeling of health. Picking what we eat daily straight out of the garden. Plenty of time and space for exercise. Like-minded individuals sharing their passion with you. ...
... in various sports. Since many of the students wanted to participate, they decided to not have class for those two days. With the few extra days of freedom ahead of us, Scott and I decided to take advantage of them. We traveled to Khao Yai National Park, a 1 ½ hour bus ride south of Korat. The guesthouse that we stayed at offered different tours through the park, so we signed up for the full day jungle trek/animal ...
... bathing the elephant. When we got Claire up on to the elephant with me, it was all fun and games with water being sprayed at us through it's trunk so I would splash it back. On the way back, we rode the elephant back to the camp on the back of it's neck! Seriously these moments I will cherish and remember forever. Words can't do it justice just how amazing it felt. If you get the chance then do it! Then we had a massive amount of travelling for the rest of ...
Last time we have to cook a breakfast for a couple of days.
Pack bags and check through all of the visa paperwork - yet again !!!
Out to farm for the last time to water the eucalyptus trees.
Get the bike out at 18:15 ready to head into Phon Thong and find that the headlight isnt working. No time to do anything about it now so we endure a slow and dicey ride into town in the dark.
Park the ...
... the moment to ask (possibly a bit more directly – maybe closer to demanding…) a young British woman show him her passport, trying to confirm what her Laos immigrations stamps looked like.
The Guard returned to our cluster and resumed his torrent of shouts, shrieks and gesticulations. Eli intent on securing the required information maintained contact with the now stunned British girl while extending his hand in a stop signal in front of the ...