Chainn at Chaam
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... br> reflecting on my time in China. It was a brilliant two weeks and I learnt a lot
about the people and culture, I only wish I hadn’t been part of such a ******
experience there. It’s been a roller coaster of emotions for the past 4 days
and it has taken its toll on me a little, I’m trying to just relax and not get
caught up in stress, trying to remain positive as always.
... by motorbikes with attached kitchen sidecars that drive around, whilst the food is cooking, looking for customers. We saw one sausage cart leaving enough smoke to act as a mosquito repellent, moving at 20mph whilst the driver turned his sausages...simply brilliant.
After a lovely time relaxing by the beach, we were off again. This time to another national park which is a good birding site AND on the coast...now that is something to look forward ...
... I haven’t been able to do any sport for a year or so. David and Sassy came down to talk to us all for an hour or so; Sassy excitedly brought down food she eats with her friends, which turned out to be dried seaweed, which I tried and hated and mum was given dried fish which according to her is "as bad as it sounds". Sassy, Nana, Pa, Mum and I all jumped in the pool around 9pm because the pool looked incredibly inviting with the changing coloured lights.
... bat cave. We arrived at a dainty house with a viewing area of the caves, which we could access for 50B. We all climbed up the rickety spiral staircase and sat on the very unstable wooden furniture looking straight onto the cave from 400m away. The bats are all meant to fly out of the cave at around 6pm, dusk, and fly out to the ocean for food. Finally at 6:30 tiny bats started flying out of the cave, although they looked more like insects rather ...
... man knew I was being greedy when I got a magnum and an iceblock - that's why he didn't come the day after.
So basically the next part of my trip I had planned just to rock Chiang Mai on my own. BUT, then I decided to tag along with 3 other volunteers... You can read this in my next post!