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... Rai dann einen weissen Tempel, der ganz und gar nicht in die Gegend passt, aber interessant ist um an zu schauen.
Im Guesthouse treffen wir andere reisende, die bewundernd das Gespräch mit uns suchen. Dabei muss ich sagen, dass ich die Leute toll finde, sich spannende Gespräche ergeben und wir viele Informationen über Stassen, Grenzübertritte und vieles mehr erfahren.
Mal sehen ob die nächsten Tage spannender ...
... and males)We visited the male gate, which was just about 50 meters down the road from the camp. The gates are always covered in images of the human world (even things like cars or airplanes), because they are meant to tell the spirits that only humans can pass into the village. We then visited the place of the holy water, and we had to walk down a trail to a place where purified water (at least by Akha standards) comes out of the ground through a bamboo pipe. ...
This morning we had breakfast for breakfast for the first time this whole trip. Usually we have a meal like any other including rice, meat, and salad in the morning. However today we had eggs and toast. It was kinda nice, although I don't mind the other things we've had.
The lady serving us apparently worked there but was not the owner. She was British and had the accent and the pleasant manner to prove it. She told us that 7 years ago she had an ...
And so it is the last day on the Mindful Farm. 2 weeks passed so quickly, even though days seem to be very long here. I just wanted to enjoy every minute of it today. I decided to help in preparing seeds for planting. Pi Nan’s auntie came to the farm today and I worked for about couple of hours with
her placing seeds in the plastic seed trays. This has not taken too long so after that I wanted to prepare everything for sticky rice, which ...
Today's Saturday and Pi Nan again announced it "the mindful day". So no regular work today! Most of the time however I spent in the kitchen as we were making Massaman curry under Kuba’s guidance. On top of that Horatio made delicious papaya salad and we had another feast!
I cannot believe there are only 2 more days on the farm! The time goes slowly here in a way, but now that I look at it went so quick. I just felt I should take some more pictures today just to ...