SaenPhu Place Hote
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... goodbye to Roy and Caw (my Thai friends and the kids I tutored) was truly terrible. They are so sweet and I promised I would stop by Thailand to see them again one day. It is weird to think that many of these people I will never see again. But otherwise, I had fun tonight. We had a bonfire and I had a great conversation with a guy from England, and there was a Thai party for the interns at the foundation leaving. That was truly fun, because it was literally a ...
... the wind chill of the bike in our vests and shorts is increasing with it. Eventually we stop and add more layers, Nat adds jeans and a fleece and I add thicker shorts, a polo top and a wind proof jacket to cut the wind. We had no idea how much of a good decision this was, until less than five minutes later the rain started, which honestly felt like hail, and after enough of shivering we pulled over and a nice man and his boy let us dry ...
... scented flower to wear behind our ear. Lots of photos. Once cooked, Steve and I sat outside and ate our tasty meal with rice while Tik tidied up inside then rejoined us to eat and chat. Left the house around 3pm taking the remaining rice and a bag of fish food with us and drove to a nearby spot on the small river to dangle feet into the cool water and feed the many fish to get good karma. Lots of fish who were obviously very hungry. Pleasant as there were ...
... us off. We drove to the starting village and had a dip in some natural hot springs. It wasn't the most natural, looking more like a swimming pool but it was nice to end our long trek with a soak and a wash. Chai dropped us back at our hostel at about 6.30pm just as it was getting dark. We were knackered so spent the rest of the night chilling at the hostel. The next day we woke with many an ache and pain but excited to be moving on to the next country on our trip, ...
... in the orange light of the sunset.
Before returning to campus, we stopped at the Lotus place (my Thai name means lotus) to go to the MK restaurant for hot pot. It reminded me of the pork pan because you boil broth in a big pot in the center of the table and then you add your meat and veggies to the pot to cook. The meat is contained within holey ladles, so that each person can cook the kinds of meat they want without getting it mixed into the pot. ...