Green View Resort and Golf Club
Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen
... We were vegetarians for the next ten days and glad for the break from meat, fish and convenience foods. I was shown to my wood hut, the furthest away from the main building, deep in the forest, Natalee would be sleeping with the females in the main building, as the males and females are kept separate as we were living and working in a Buddhist Monastary after all. Back to my hut, well it was basic, with no door, a broken window, a makeshift mosquito net, and hundreds of rat droppings, ...
... source that substitutes for a stove. On Friday evening, we went to Tesco Lotus (the big grocery store in Khon Kaen) and bought ingredients for no-bake cookies. With caramel, honey, Honey Stars (our substitute for not having Rice Krispies), and chocolate, we were able to make delicious dessert cookies. It was quite the feat (and a bit pricy), but was so worth it since I had been craving normal American desserts for awhile.
Later on Friday night, we found out ...
... orientation community stay. This was the first time I had visited, so I was really excited. Unfortunately, the experience was not the greatest. We got to the community and our translators told the village headman that we were here to stay for the night (as had been previously arranged) and to talk with community members. No one in the community had any idea we were coming, and so they had to scramble to find places for us to stay. In general, people did not seem the most ...
... a local market to see where locals buy their food and what ingredients we planned to cook with that evening. We made Pad Thai, Massaman Curry which is very spicy, and fried bananas for dessert! They teach you every step of the way and you get to eat everything you make and they give you a cook book at the end so you can make these amazing dishes back home. We were so glad we took this class!
The next day we started our journey to Sukhothai. This city is half ...
... door open for the mam, well that was it, they got really excited as we were the only foreigners and they insisted on taking photos of us with their little girl which was a bit weird but actually felt really good as they seemed to like us.
Next stop was the Si Wiang Chaloem Phrakiat Dinosaur Park about 20 mins from the museum where there are excavation sites, when we got there it was like Jurassic Park apart from ...
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