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As we were unable to spend long at the white temple (actual name Wat Rong Khun), we hired a moped and went back.
It is absolutely stunning!! Pure white with pieces of mirror all over it to reflect the sun. There were several ponds around it; most with black or white fish. There are a few white buildings around the main temple and they are building more.
We wandered around the temple and it's surroundings for about an hour taking in all the little ...
... house alone my feeling got confirmed: it seemed she wanted to get rid of me. Was this a Kind of brothel or just a thai style bar?! Or was she simply keen on the western guy? I don t know but having the feeling that I was not wellcome I left and went home. In general the first day in Thailand confirmed me that this was not for me and I would quickly pass through it to get to ...
... hostel when we got back. I was tempted to gate crash but thought i might stand out too much. The next day i literally relaxed all day watching tv, dvds and reading. I knew i had a trek the next day. We got picked up at 10am for the trek. I was excited as i's never done anything like this before. We sat in the back of a truck and pickes up a french couple along the way. We took a boat ride along the river and saw people taking elephant rides in the water. ...
... our mom with our translator and
learned she has a daughter and is married but both her husband and daughter
work in the city and only come home once a month to visit. That surprised me a
lot and was interested to see how she really felt about them not being around
and working in the city. Her husband is also an alcoholic. Her family history
was very interesting, she has 12 siblings two were miscarried and two are dead
due to hunting accident and suicide. One ...
... in 1982. We wandered around the various buildings that made up the training center and I must admit I was amazed at how primitive and small the facility was, as well as their lack of effort to preserve any of the photos or artifacts. They were left out in the open with no security guards or protection from the elements. Tony led us through each room and explained all he knew about the area and the importance of Khun Sa.
Next we were on our way for a tea tasting at Choui Fong ...