Mae Salong Villa
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... met a girl in our room called Ami who we then went on a night out with as it was our last night together. We sat in a small bar just playing pool and playing music over YouTube. After we headed to another bar where we stayed for a bit then headed home. Tom said he was going to stay out for a bit and would catch up with us ...
... we asked the security if he could not stamp us out of Thailand as we only started our 30 day visa the day before entering from Laos. Plus we would only be in Burma for 6 hours, and wasnt sure whether we would get another 30 days if we got stamped out at that boarder. He obviously thought we were cheeky to ask so to annoy us he slammed the stamps into our passports.
We then moved onto buying the Burma visa where the security were really ...
... to represent the journey to heaven. The artist who designed the temple continues to renovate and add to the temple grounds. Pictures have been included but they do not show the real beauty of this architecture. After about an hour at the temple we crossed the street to eat lunch.
After lunch we went to MaeSai which is the town at the border of Thailand and Myanmar. Our Thai friends took care of the border crossing. We ...
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 ...