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... pick both leafy and dark greens to make a green smoothie. Because the jungle is teaming with life we also have a constant supply of bananas and papayas that we add to the smoothie. Often the villagers donate food such as cucumbers or tofu(not for the smoothie), which we also use. Simplicity here means no cell phone service, grocery store, paved roads, internet, or toilet paper. Our purpose is to create a space that one day will be able to ...
... trying to sell tat to gullible newbies straight off the
plane. After a couple of days in Bangkok we were back on a bus for the long
tiring journey back to Krabi. With another couple of weeks to kill it was back
to the climbing and our mosquito infested camp site. Helen improved greatly as
the days progressed and I managed haul my cyclist’s legs up some pretty
interesting routs culminating with a night time head torch lit accent of ...
... sterling silverware and fine china plates, we were treated to a noodle dish, juice and coffee, and an assortment of sweets. This was an unexpected surprise. For me, a close second was the private zoo. Impressive and sad at the same time, it is a true symbol of wealth and prestige. I also happened to get a glimpse into the private garage where I saw at least six old cars, consisting of mainly of Mercedes marque, and at least one Alfa ...
... road felt bumpier under the wheels. Electricity cables aligned, messy, at the sides of the road. Boards with indecipherable letters crowded all around. Trucks, motorbikes, cars, slalomed in the road as if everybody was running away from the end of the world. No doubt about it, I was in Thailand! A typical shivering ran through my body, like electricity.
Not far from the border I could admire the first of the many 'classic Thailand': a giant Buddha ...
... stare, and take photos.
So we returned back and arranged our airport car for 11am tomorrow morning. We fly at 2.20pm, and just managed to book our hotel tonight before the wifi magically got turned off at 10pm.. awkward. Early night then! When you don't have the luxury of internet, it really makes you remember how much we rely on it these days!
I have met the most lovely and friendly people in Thailand, the locals especially, and has definately summed up my ...