Hui-Chen and I have done so much in the last few days that its hard for us to blog on all of it at once. Just to upload the necessary photography to flickr takes hours. Feel free to browse our photos on flickr and we’ll get to blogging on them as quickly as we can.
Our friends own a resort in a small village, and we like to stay there when we visit Thailand. The villagers are very nice and we can relax by a fire and enjoy life as one only can in Thailand.
Here I am cutting some Isan sausage that we purchased from a local roadside vendor. If you’ve never tried it before, you really should! I like to cut them into small pieces and wok fry them. I have also been known to make a German style potato salad using these sausages instead of bacon. They have a wonderful flavor that just can’t be found anywhere else.
This is the inside, which currently is configured as a dining area. You can have the staff remove the table and chairs if you want to do something different in this room. The building is divided into 2 sections (with no pass-through door) and the other section is a bedroom.
On his last visit, Saumen suggested that they get a swing for the resort. The owners had this swing built of an old oxcart, and the design is ingenious.
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