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Khao Suan Kwang Zoo, Thailand

One of the obvious family favourite activities involves visiting zoo. Visiting zoo is one of the other ways we get back to nature. It is one of those places that can still mesmerize and make me feel innocent and humble. Honestly, I know nobody really want to see animals in the cages being restricted, limited in the tiny

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Klang Dong Fruit Market

If you were travelling with me, you might find my constant detouring at stores and markets along the ride. Souvenir stores, craft stores, arts showrooms, farmers markets, local fruit stands… you name it, I couldn’t make myself get pass these places without sneaking in and spend some money on it. On the ride from Bangkok to Khon Kaen,

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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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The Smell of Our Home

I love the way our home in Thailand smell so earthy and flourish with different sweet nectars in every corners. For example, rose apple blossoms murmur the gentle soft candied flavour to our bedroom. When we open the window at night, the nocturnal winds blow the clean air solacing us the relaxed deep dreams. Our home

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Just Meant to Be

Many of you might head to the palace to attend the royal wedding this week. The world seems to be sweeter and happier with love in the air and every cozy corner on earth turns to be so romantic. I used to love the wedding as a kid, and I always waited for somebody related to

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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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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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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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