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... in remote Eastern Thailand, based in a forest monastary, in its infancy and dedicated to protecting the trees, permaculture, well being, spirituality, and community living. It took us two long days of travelling from Cambodia to reach the project, and after a kind lift down a long hot road from a local, we arrived to countless smiles and genuine welcomes. The surroundings and buildings were basic, but peaceful, and the welcome lunch we received was one of the best meals we had in a ...
... first time since I have been in Thailand (the Thai field trip cooking soup does not count), go to a Thai concert, and spend a night in a slum community that I had visited in the very beginning of the program.
My friends and I decided to cook on Friday night. To put this into context, none of us have normal cooking supplies with us on this trip, we have to buy all ingredients at grocery stores that normally only have Thai nutritional labels, and we only have a ...
... s health system now, but in a little less than one month from now, we will start doing community visits. This past weekend, each group was responsible for going to a community that can potentially serve as the location of our final projects during our last class, and interview community members to gauge health concerns and to brainstorm potential interventions.
My group went to Mitrapap, which is one of the communities that half of the program had visited ...
... or can help build a forest retreat out in the forest, oddly enough. Cost is $5/day.
... the Small and Big Tigers. The small tigers were between 3-5 months old and the big tigers range from 1-5 years old. We had a blast watching the small tigers play with each other and they let us pet and rub their tummies. The larger Tigers seemed a bit scary due to their massive size but they were great. We got to pose with them and lay on them. We loved every minute we spent with them.
That evening we participated in a Thai cooking class. They first bring ...