134 Photos - Oct 26, 2014
Photo: Driver, bus 49 to PC officePhoto: Airborn and southbound, Bangkok Sky and Chao Praya River on the horizonPhoto: Photo: Nok Air's new mood lighting. I dig itPhoto: Photo: Video: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: one of the original Bandon housesPhoto: Seafood on the Gulf with Dan and HeidiPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Dr Nipon describes the trees on his landPhoto: Photo: Professor Awe's homecooking. Short ribs, massaman, and pongaree. Top billingPhoto: Wife teaches husband how to operate cell phone cameraPhoto: Photo: Photo: Morning discussion with Dr. Nipon and Ja's Agrobusiness students, Rajamangala University, Tung SongPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: First Family's house kitchen/laundry areaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Anda gives Dan and I a tour of his fishing villagePhoto: Photo: Sheeting rubber in the same villagePhoto: Photo: Anda's Grandmother and I. She cooked us a wonderful spread of fresh crab the night beforePhoto: Anda's grandpa sees us off at the pierPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Arriving Ko PanyeePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Wittipons mother prepares us some traditional sweets,Photo: Photo: Photo: One of the students and me with the floating soccer pitch in the backgroundPhoto: OTOP Center for local productsPhoto: Photo: Island rowing team practicingPhoto: Photo: We talk to some of the elders about the history of the island and the mosque constructionPhoto: Photo: Photo: Pigeons are raised for competition in by many of the local menPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: I snuck around to the islands generator for a peakPhoto: Photo: Living on stilts in the ocean, and growing them chilies!Photo: Underneath this is the ocean, between 6 inches and 8 feet depending on the tidePhoto: Photo: Photo: James Bond IslandPhoto: Student's father paddles tourists around on sea kayaks for a living. And does very wellPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: we get there with our host before the tourists come inPhoto: Photo: Photo: and here come the Koreans and their matching outfits. Still love to see thisPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Tropical succulent growing out of the karstPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: tip when you travel. people dont do this because they think it's fun!Photo: Photo: Photo: The student's father here used to be in the Thai Navy and spoke well of his experience with American sailorsPhoto: Photo: Video: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Kitchen, student home #2Photo: Onions and limesPhoto: Cabbage, with mushrooms in a oyster sauce, fried fish with chili sauce and tom yom fish. Cooked in the kitchen you just sawPhoto: Photo: first decent cup of Joe in a week, Ko Yao NoiPhoto: JM and I working on Peace Corps video for government offices, backed by a cloudy day on the AndamanPhoto: Best pic I could get of this amazing lizard. Looks like he could flyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: ran into this fisherman and his wife on the pier. they did well today. 2000 Baht worth of catch in half dayPhoto: Photo: this thing has arms like a preying mantis and a jaw with razor teeth. In the video he is telling me how dangerous it is :)Photo: Photo: Photo: Video: GO FULL SCREENPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: