Tara Mantra Cha Am
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I may have met the loveliest Thai person yet today. He owned a plantation that we went to for watching how you make Palm sugar. He had the kindest eyes. If I was an artist, I'd want to draw his face. He just had a lovely expressive face.
We started the day early today because Gayoon wanted to show me the early morning markets. Apparently arriving at 7.30 was still late in the day for the market traders as some were closing up. All the ...
21.02.2013 - 22.02.2013
A Thai school trip is much different from a Belgian one.
- It's not uncommon that teachers take their children along like P'Lin did. She took her two much younger daughters with her and actually went on a free holiday trip together with her kids at the school's expenses. Then again her daughters were very popular and some students took care of them. ...
... and the other size is the houses of the rich, but if they have so much money I don’t see why they would live in Thailand’s smelliest place. On the side of the road with the water, there will be a 20m wide wooden pier, then a huge room for ice, then a few restaurants and bamboo houses then the exact same thing is repeated. The piers were all split into two sections; the first would be for unloading and sorting the fish and the second would ...
... For the next 25 minutes (as recorded by Pa) over 5 million small bats flew out of the cave in spiral formations towards the right of us which, by the end, twisted over us which was a surreal experience. Amongst the bats were birds that made the bats look even smaller; we watched as the bats flew into the distance and disappeared into the clouds which was truly magical. The number of bats meant that there would be a thick spiral of bats making ...
I woke up in my little hotel and went out for some breakfast. I enjoyed instant celebrity status from the staff who spoke very poor English and told me they "loved me" instead of “thank you”. I laughed and they clearly didn't know why. Breakfast was good, just some rice and eggs and things, nothing special but it was tasty and cheap. What was more worrying was that it was raining when I got up. Not raining as we do know it ...