Lampang River Lodge
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À la sortie de Sukhotaï, nous sommes arrêtés au marché et il y avait aussi la fête des enfants, juste à côté. On y a vu plein d'enfants qui donnaient des spectacles de danse. Comme en témoignent les photos ou vidéos, certains enfants se prennent vraiment au sérieux. Et, comme dans tous les …
Stretching our legs outside of our beloved Chiang Mai, we took a mid-week trip to the neighboring city of Lampang. About two hours away by bus, Lampang lies across a set of winding mountains to the south of Chiang Mai. Since we arrived in Thailand, Lampang has been on our radar since it was the home for two years of our friend Ryan Marks, who was a strong motivator in our transplant to Thailand. So, now that we have some time off together during the week, Stebbs and I packed ...
... 8217;s father past away in May and I explained how in the USA we either cremate or bury the deceased. I explained crematories, funeral homes, memorial services, etc. Maew
explained to me that when someone dies, the youngest male of the family is
asked to be the monk for a day. The Buddhist believe that if the young male
serves as a monk that this will help the one who died to get to the “heavens”.
A processional takes place with ...
We were then allowed to walk around the village and talk to some of the people who have been there for over 60 years. They have a very large elderly population, but they certainly didn't seem elderly to me! They routinely have females live to 95, and we spoke to a gentleman who was 87 and didn’t look a day over 60. It must be all the exercise they get walking up those hills all day. I’m thinking that it ...
... The natural resources are carefully guarded by the villagers. The forest provides a proper agricultural atmosphere for growing tea and coffee. Every year, Thai forests are burned due to carelessness and fireworks during the annual festivals. The people of Mae Kampong protect their forest with a wide “fire gate” or swath path atop the mountain ridge. Keeping this path clear of debris and vegetation has ...