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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot
... and goods that people live by in this part of the world. And what a wondrous mix of oddities those are!
We saw everything that walks or wiggles pass for food, including live maggots, snails, turtles, frogs, fish and a writhing mass of some kind of leech, eel or watersnake. There were countless types of dried fish and shrimp, and many pastes of each as well, much to Charles' horror. The only livestock we came across ...
... you EVER just walk away?
I can't begin to explain how difficult it was to drive away from that, but we did - consumed by so much: a sense of utter helplessness to do anything in that moment, extreme sadness for the choice they had to make for this existence over their former, shame for ever questioning anything in our lives that seemed to have significance at one time or another, or allowing ourselves to get wrapped up in all of the insignificance, and finally, ...
... serious he was, I made it my mission to make him smile before I left. I tried silly faces, holding his hands and making him dance, and making silly noises, but this boy just ignored me. He was just laying on top of a ball, without looking around, so I just held his hand. Eventually, he started crawling around and went over to the opposite wall. Whenever he lost his ball, he wouldn't even try to get it. He started to hide behind a wall hanging and let his ball go. I ...
... all spicy! It was yummy, but I'm going to have to get readjusted to the food. In the afternoon, I walked with P'Mick, P'Ao, and James to a market. On the way, we stopped at a store that raises money for the refugees in the area. Upstairs, they had a gallery, and the pictures were pretty cool. The market wasn't as permanent as the other ones we've been to, and it kind of felt like a flea market. None of us bought any clothes, but we did ...
... go in to villages to interview people, average income, health statistics, domestic issues, mortality etc
Then the team presents it to the committee
Fill in a due diligence form. Before they select which communities and schools they want to support.
--> The aim here is to enable the local authorities and community to run the schools autonomously after they have been built. The agreement is that Childs dream will fund the building of the school but ...
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