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... grown with chemicals such as the watermelon, which is often eaten by a worm if chemicals are not used. Last week he even taught the kids about his idea of what democracy should look like. PiNong is the mother who can do absolutely everything. She is probably the best cook I have ever meet, can plant, grow, and build anything you want, and always has a trick to making it easier. She is a hairdresser, a tailor, a mother to all of us, and probably the biggest jokster on the ...
I have almost been on the farm for a week now, and am starting to get into the flow of simplistic life. Before I explain what that simplicity is here, I will describe my surroundings. We live on a hill side with pathways only created to water plants and to get to the school. The property is in a medium sized space of land, in a valley, that is sorrounded by rubber plantations. Our home is a vibrating jungle that is full of papaya and banana ...
... about. Once the Thais came on board things suddenly changed. There was nothing wrong with anything on the Malaysian side, but the Thais added their own magical touch.....bright, clean silk curtains were put on and they generally livened the train up. The toilets had been okay previously, now the Thais put in bright clean curtains and attached bags full of fresh herbs to the fan vents which made visiting the WC a pleasure and overall they added little touches, fresh ...
... t have been better. I absolutely loved it: a big wide non-busy road goes all straight north for dozens of kilometers until a city called Nakhon Si Thammarat and continues beyond following the coast line. Good asphalt, good eventual shadow thanks to the palm trees around and along of it. Good air, you can smell the sea that is just about 5 to 10 kilometers from the road.
Those were two of the most memorable days of my trip. Riding along that lovely ...
... trees, and saw them climbing jumping and play fighting with eachother. There must have been over 12- 15 of them- and for me, it was fascinating to see undisturbed wildlife, like these animals were happy and had obviously not been touched by man, which actually made me really happy! They must have spotted me, as they soon camouflaged themselves in the trees. The sunsets from my terrace at the bungalow I stayed in were so incredible- always different but ...