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Phimai Historical Park (Prasad Hin Phimai)

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Hello folks! So I’ve been super busy lately helping my mom settling in here in India. My mom is finally here with us, and she makes it home even more these days. We have been back from Thailand for 2 weeks now, and I miss being it there every minute. Before we left for Thailand, Sadik

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King Cobra Village (Ban Khok Sa-Nga, Thailand)

I have the mixed feeling of hate, scare and disgust about snakes. Just a thought of them is enough to make my skin crawl and gives me nightmares, but this tiny village in Thailand has a thing for snakes! I mean, literally, most houses have few boxes of snakes in their home to play with or

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Ubolratana Dam

Summer is the time I wish I had a house by the lake and spend my entire days staring in the sparkling clear surface with my feet soaking the water. I daydream about picnic by Ubolratana dam with my family quite often. It is one of the most refreshing and relaxing place near my home in

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Thasadej Indochina Market

After indulging in local cuisines and watching the lively water of the Mekong go by, we headed to Thasadej Indochina Market for some serious shopping. Thasadej Indochina Market is located beside Mekong river stretches parallel to the river and covers more than 1 km long. The market crowded by stalls, shops and restaurants both sides flooded with

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Our Rice Farm Part II

Traditionally, rice is an annual plant which means we are only grow rice once a year covering 5-6 months during monsoon when rainfalls help sustaining the extreme need of water of rice. Water needed to flood the land in order to healthily produce rice. This is the first time we experiment on growing out of the

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Eating by the Mekong

Mekong river or Khong river is one of my must visit places whenever I go home. Remembering how I used to sleep in the small cottage by Mekong River on my dad’s hunting trips or wondering on the dusty rustic street of Laos for some quick bites, I have always been so proud to brag

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Ducks at Home

Imagine you could have fresh duck eggs everyday right from your very own home garden and healthy duck meat available whenever you want to devour the delicious glossy skin Peking duck. I wish I never had to leave home in Thailand where everything was within my fence and I didn’t have to worry about pesticides,

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Vegetable Garden from The Northeast

After reading about our rustic grilled fish post, a lot of friends are curious to know what else are in our beautiful farm. We couldn’t be more graceful and thankful to the abundances that the land has given us and the effortful hard work Mrs Farmers had put into every inch of the land. Being the live

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Thai Rustic Grilled Fish

In case you haven’t heard, we spent a week in Thailand during Song Kran Festival last week. Check out our Song Kran post to get a glimpse of this colorful tradition of Thailand. We had such an amazing time there that we decided to make it an annual schedule to visit my Thailand every April. Though

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Song Kran

You might have been wondering where were we last week. I didn’t have time to update my blog as we were in Thailand during The Song Kran festival. We were on the busiest celebration that left us slept late at night and got up early every morning hunting down the good times. I have been mentioning the word

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