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Our last Night in Si Saket

Location: Si Saket, Thailand

After packing and playing all day with Dear and Heart, we had dinner near the train station with the Somporn family, fed an elephant some sugar cane, and said goodbye to all our SBAC friends who came to see us off.

12 Sep 2009, 7:06PM

Who would have known how much elephants love sugar cane.

12 Sep 2009, 7:06PM

The elephant came trotting down the street to our restaurant and disrupted our dinner.

12 Sep 2009, 7:21PM

Heart, CC, Ajan Nu (Dad Somporn's secretary), Daryl, Captain (Ajan Nu's son), and Peter's daughter.

12 Sep 2009, 7:21PM

CC, Natalie (one of the SBAC English teachers), and Daryl.

12 Sep 2009, 7:22PM

CC, Peter, King (Peter's son), Daryl, and Peter's daughter.

12 Sep 2009, 7:22PM

Heart, CC, Pi Diem, Pi Diem's son, and Daryl.

12 Sep 2009, 7:28PM

Waving goodbye to all our new Thai friends! In the back of the picture is Dear, Pi Dtie, Pi Oh, Dad Decha, King (he's real hard to see), Pi Peter. In the front is Dad Somporn, Heart, Ajan Nu, Captain, Natalia, and Pi Diem. You can see us in our Green and Blue Sisaket shirts in the reflection of the train window.

12 Sep 2009, 7:26PM

The one time we wanted the train to be late it actually came on time. Dad Somporn was very worried the train would leave without us. From left to right Pi Dtie (holding Dear...you can barely see him), Pi Oh, Heart, CC, Dad Decha, Dad Somporn, and Daryl.

12 Sep 2009, 7:58PM

CC reading another book.

12 Sep 2009, 7:51PM

This was the nicest train we rode on the entire two months. Here's Daryl reading The National.

13 Sep 2009, 5:41AM

This train had 10 little compartments with four bunks in each car. This was much nicer than the trains that just had bunks running along each side of the carts and a free for all of bags along the tiny walkway in between.

12 Sep 2009, 7:58PM

The blue and green shirts are Si Saket shirts. The images on the shirt are garlic, rambutan (a Thai fruit), flowering lamyai (another Thai fruit), and ancient ruins that can be found in Si Saket. The province of Si Saket is known in Thailand for all of these things.



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The elephant came trotting down the street to our restaurant and disrupted our dinner.

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Who would have known how much elephants love sugar cane.

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CC, Natalie (one of the SBAC English teachers), and Daryl.

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Heart, CC, Ajan Nu (Dad Somporn's secretary), Daryl, Captain (Ajan Nu's son), and Peter's daughter.

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Heart, CC, Pi Diem, Pi Diem's son, and Daryl.

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CC, Peter, King (Peter's son), Daryl, and Peter's daughter.

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The one time we wanted the train to be late it actually came on time. Dad Somporn was very worried the train would leave without us. From left to right Pi Dtie (holding Dear...you can barely see him), Pi Oh, Heart, CC, Dad Decha, Dad Somporn, and Daryl.

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Waving goodbye to all our new Thai friends! In the back of the picture is Dear, Pi Dtie, Pi Oh, Dad Decha, King (he's real hard to see), Pi Peter. In the front is Dad Somporn, Heart, Ajan Nu, Captain, Natalia, and Pi Diem. You can see us in our Green and Blue Sisaket shirts in the reflection of the train window.

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This was the nicest train we rode on the entire two months. Here's Daryl reading The National.

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CC reading another book.

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The blue and green shirts are Si Saket shirts. The images on the shirt are garlic, rambutan (a Thai fruit), flowering lamyai (another Thai fruit), and ancient ruins that can be found in Si Saket. The province of Si Saket is known in Thailand for all of these things.

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This train had 10 little compartments with four bunks in each car. This was much nicer than the trains that just had bunks running along each side of the carts and a free for all of bags along the tiny walkway in between.