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... but a Swiss one, who had a room available at the Cill Out Homestay. Just happy to find a room I inspected it, and it looked ok for 200 Baht. Two single bed, a noisy ceiling fan, a small balcony and shared bathroom. Despite the stone hard matrace I thought it was good enough for two nights (first night was a bit rough, but second night I got used to the hardest bed I have ever slept on..). Thomas, who partial owns the guesthouse is a nice guy, offering a lot of advise. Very easy to have ...
... calm. The village ladies were all smiling and sitting quietly weaving away with their neck rings.
There are many different accounts of why the Padaung (this sub-group of the Karen people) practice this bizarre custom. Their own mythology explains that it is done to prevent tigers from killing them as tigers kill by strangulation! Others have reported that it is done to make the women unattractive so they are less likely to be captured ...
things get done.
The children are the best part of this experience. Living
with teenagers and toddlers is challenging but a learning experience which I am
sure I will use later on in my personal life. It took awhile for them to get to
know me and trust me. Now, we have developed a close relationship and spend
most of the day together. They have taken time to teach me Thai and to cook
local dishes. We truly live as a family ...
... puffy-eyed and tear-faced. When the plane took off, I looked down Chiang Rai and felt an overwhelming sense of gratitude for the past 14 months and everyone that contributed to one amazing year.
For many years I have dreamed of being surprised by a flash mob or dance performance. The day I left Chiang Rai is one of my favorite memories, not only because I got such an amazing surprise, but ...
... headed to the hill tribe museum. It was really interesting, it told you about each tribe that they have in northern Thailand, and also a lot about the history of the opium trade. A lot of the hill tribes get exploited, and don't receive any money from tourism, so we were glad that we didn't rush into doing a hill tribe trek in Chiang Mai. Instead we have chosen to wait until we get to Laos, we will do some research before we choose who to go with. and try to be responsible ...