Tara Mantra Cha Am
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... into a river and cutting it. After we drained the water by hand, we had to scrub the pool to remove the algae. Once the walls were no longer slippery and the water was clear, we were finished. We even got to spray the 2 baby bears and they loved the water. (Check out the video) 10:30 am - Special Project 2 After cleaning the pond, we now had to clean the Nocturnal enclosures by sweeping its cage and removing remnants of food. After we ...
... his life protecting the trees and the forest from deforestation. To do so, he sent letters to important Thai politicians and afterward committed suicide. His plan paid off, Thailand's first national park was born. The Thai didn't forget about him and his act. His spirit lives on.
The third stop before arriving in Cha'am was Khao Wang. The king, Rama IV, had built this holiday house for his wife. ...
... the baskets of fish. Amongst it all were people who were randomly taking fish which was fine by everyone, and leaving without paying. You would think after working all night they would be ‘tight’ with their catches but we saw a fish being thrown at a mother cat who quickly scurried off with it. We watched this for a few hours, along with one other pier and not once did it get boring.
Further along we watched the locals cook and sell ...
... so I was hoping to get some spare time once I made it into Bangkok.
So I plodded on, the traffic was pretty light and uneventful. The roads were pretty familiar but all very similar too, nothing very exciting and nothing exciting happened. I experimented with 91 ron fuel to see how she ran. She actually did run fine, no pinking but I did notice a drop in range and for the price it wasn’t worth it. I’ll use it if ...
at the end of my day off on Tuesday i joined some other volunteers and went down to the river in the village and went swimming. we took Winnie (a cute dog) down with us and some crazy Thai people where jumping off the bridge and out of trees into the river over some concrete blocks. Winnie wanted to chance them as well as Dale (another volunteer). on the way back it rained like crazy and two people stayed behind to wait for the rain to pass and ...