When we arrived and had walked around we understood very well why Tham wanted to be there more often. Everything is green and it is quiet, so quiet. And if you plant something, it grows so fast. Many people are living around, but because there are so many trees and plants yu almost don't hear and see them. The country is situated at the foot of a mountain, with rice fields in the front. That means plenty of water, but no wet feet in the rainy season. On one part of the land ostriches are walking around, fruit trees are growing,there is a fish pond and there are other crops. Nice, very nice....
Nok Ten has also become increasingly enthusiastic over the past year. She often went to Banphot Phisai for a few days, and now she is building a house overthere. That's very nice for us, because then we can stay overnight next vacation, much better than the always busy, dusty, hot, dirty Bangkok.
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