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... said a couple days ago that if all we got her for Mother's Day was papaya and iced coffee she would be happy. To top it off we had papaya and watermelon as a snack. Mom took Madeline, Emma, and I to the market to look around. We bought sib song(12) pad thais for supper from our favorite vendor for only 10 baht each. They have the little dried shrimps but for only 10 baht I don't mind eating them or picking them out lol. Mom said it was her best Mother's Day yet so that made us pretty ...
... the packs of dogs that roamed around the area. Jamie being Jamie, decided to go for an early morning walk only to be chased by a snarling dog, a local man came out his house and scared the dogs off by means of a gun. The local beach is littered with debris from the fisherman that work here and is not at all pleasant. The area is being developed, so things in the area may improve with regards the needs of us "petted tourists". Hua Hin is on a much smaller scale to Bangkok and has an air ...
Passing many salt mine fields, commercial fishing farms and bird farms…(birds
nest kind). A bridge crossing gave us our first glimpse of the Thai gulf with the
many oyster houses perched in the tidal waters of the river spilling out to the
After 25km we stopped and had our first break
with fruit, a selection of drinks from the esky, and chocolate bars. Refilled ...
The second week was also good. I finally began to feel like myself and really get stuck in. Ah the smell of giant elephant *****. You gotta love it. Even my machete skills were improving (cutting up the bannana trees for the phants' with a scary looking samuri sword) and I managed to go three whole days without changing and leoing it up. Amazing. My liver was certainly greatful. I began to team lead which wasn't as bad as I had anticipated, though some people who ...
... I think, were brought to the Abbot the tiger's started appearing. The first ones, mostly cubs or young adults, were brought by people who couldn't care for them or were cubs whose mothers were killed for the species trade.
Now there are over 2 dozen tigers at the temple. They are raised by the monks and the volunteers and sustained by donations and the admissions fees paid by tourists. As for those people who say the cats are chained ...