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... with the chickens and dogs running around, more and more people showing up to join the party.
Wednesday morning I was taken to the field on the back of a motorbike...not my favourite mode of transport and it was tough going down some of the sandy paths so I was quite happy to get off and walk. I had no idea what I was getting into or what it involved, everyone was already out in the field so I was given a hat, a sickle ...
Tonight was another homestay! To be honest we weren't dreading it quite as much as the last one since we know it was absolutely fine, even quite extraordinary! This journey was around 6 or 7 hours so we had a few stops on the way, and these stops we were most looking forward to! First, lunch… We had seen these for miles and miles throughout Laos on the side of the street and Audrey tells us this was the best barbecued chicken by far, so course we have to try it! First you see ...
i have always been able to adapt to temperatures thank god. i get to Alaska and the first few days are kinda cold and the nights even colder but soon i am walking around in shorts and flip flops in 50 degree weather (10 for u Celsius lovers out there). coming back to Thailand i didn't even notice the heat really, i just sort of fell right back into the weather so to speak. the thing that DID take a little getting used to is all of the ******* people. having ...
Since we last left our story we took a windy bus ride to the city in the mountains, Pai. Its a relatively interesting town with plenty of expats and a serious tourist scene. Its also home to some organic farms and alternative/sustainable lifestyle type including a couple of friends from the recent EBB workshop. Unfortuneately they were away at the time so we were left staring into the smoky hillsides of Pai wondering what to do. Fear ...
Leaving Mae Sot, I boarded a mini bus to Phitsanulok. The bus passed through the mountains and many army check points. The guards are carrying machine guns, but have no attitude. They greet you with smiles still. The bus full of people showed me another example of how Thai people are very caring souls. Strangers will offer a shoulder for another stranger to lean on and sleep or take of and hold some one else's child for them. The bus passed through Tak and ...