Protect your children from adult content and block access to this site by using parental controls. All models were 18 years of age or older at the time of depiction. All categories Most popular videos New videos Highest rated Our network: All Categories Loading After a nice breakfast around the pool at Baan Soontree we packed up our gear, checked out and were met by Jermsak in his van for our day trip on the Mee Kok River. We were so looking forward to this. I had read Broders account of her day some time ago and thought — this is right up my alley. We drove for about 45 minutes through the city and the outskirts — winding around the mountain roads to the Ruammit Village. This is a Karen hill tribe village on the river. Watch put your hot cock inside of me online on e-computer-security.info YouPorn is the largest porn video site with the hottest selection of free, high quality slutty movies. Enjoy our HD porno videos on any device of your . Its So Big Slide It In Slow Tags: homegrownbigcocks, big cock, amateur, blonde, fucking, shaved pussy, hardcore Lesbea Teen Slides Her Glistening Fingers Deep Inside Eufrat; Slow Motion Cum Shot Pov Close Up In Your Face Grow; Large Chest Veronica Slides It In Her Tight Spot;.
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After a nice breakfast around the pool at Baan Soontree we packed up our gear, checked out and were met by Jermsak in his van for our day trip on the Mee Kok River. We were so looking forward to this. I had read Broders account of her day some time ago and thought — this is right up my alley. We drove for about 45 minutes through the city and the outskirts — winding around the mountain roads to the Ruammit Village. This is a Karen hill tribe village on the river.
The villagers income here is from the elephant rides offered to tourists. There are no tricks or shows. It is picturesque village and not over run with tourists. You feel like you are soaking up village life, not in some kind of show. The women sell their weaving from their huts all around the village and a beautiful hand woven scarf is only B.
I snapped up a few of these as gifts for friends before anyone could blink. Last time I wished I had bought more — no fear of that this time. Jersmak took us to the elephants and we spent about 20 mins feeding them bananas. We had decided not to do an elephant ride today — however, that option is there as part of the day trip.
From here we drove up a winding, narrow mountain road through the hills and followed the river for another 20 mins or so. We passed numbers of small villages on the way before stopping at a suspension bridge spanning the river. Jermsak explained that he wanted to take us over the bridge to see the Lahu village on the other side. This is the village where many of the children of El Shadai have come from.
We crossed the bridge, dodging a few motorbikes also making their way over with entire families on board praying the bridge could take it … and walked back up river a bit and into the village.
This was a great experience. We wandered around and felt like we were seeing something of real village life. One woman did approach us with some hand made hill tribe purses she only had two to sell so we bought both but in the main we just observed.
Jermsak asked one family if we could have a look inside their home — we felt like giants in a cubby house. It was so interesting to see the inside of the huts. A lady was sitting on the hut floor rolling cigarettes — no doubt to sell and a baby slept in a hammock. We talked a lot with Jermsak about the struggles the hill tribes face with influences from the big cities on their daily lives.
He pointed out the new roofing materials used on some huts compared to the grass roofing — and how even this creates a conflict in the village. We crossed back over the suspension bridge and hopped on to Jermsaks famous raft. I quickly noted the life jackets! One sat at the front and one at the back. There was plenty of room and Jermsak has in his usual way provided cushions and a little table to ensure comfort. What an amazing two hours followed.
A cool breeze blew up the river and we floated along. We sipped on drinks, snacked on fresh mango and took in the smell of fried chicken cooking on the little fire place on board. Yes, I know what you are thinking — bamboo raft — cooking on board… however, it all seems to work well. We felt like celebrities as other boats passed us we posed for photos. Our youngest was so relaxed he stretched out to have a short nap… the life!
About half way along we stopped at a hot spring for a look around and a toilet break. When we got back on the raft a three course lunch was cooked and ready. How surreal, floating on a raft, eating chicken and cashew nuts while hill tribes glide by. I can truly say this is one of the best day trips I have ever done. Jermsak works in with the two local men on board, who take the raft apart and drive it back to the suspension bridge ready for the next travellers.
We arrived back to the Ruammit Village and had a look at their brand new church which had just opened five days earlier. It was great to see this — it was half way through building when we were last year. What a special place. I had a cup of coffee with Fong and she showed us around some of the rooms.
A really nice atmosphere and I would stay there in a second. Our last stop before the bus was at Buffalo Hill. A beautiful temple on top and great views over the whole of CR city. It was then back to the bus terminal for the trip back to CR.
The walking street market was just setting up and I was itching to be there. Next time…. A huge thanks to Jermsak who anticipates what you need before you realized you need it. Such a kind and humble person who has greatly enriched our travels. A fabulous day. That is the perfect description of a day on Jermsak's bamboo raft down the Mae Kok River. It remains one of my most treasured day trips. It isn't just the raft trip down the beautiful Mae Kok, surrounded by the beauty of the countryside and the hilltribes, but also the genuine, humble Jermsak cooking you lunch on the raft that makes this the perfect day.
I know someday there will be other rafts on this part of the river, but at least for now, we can say we did this trip when it was the only raft peacefully floating down the river by Raummit.
After reading your report, Inaspin would be starting to be very envious, but for the fact that he is headed down the river on that raft in only a month's time. Sounds amazing and we are doing pretty much the same thing in about 69 days - sadly Jermsak is busy damn you Broder: LOL Cassnu.
I was wondering how long it would take before you let it be known that Jermsak wasn't available for your trip because of ME! But I did manage to help you get Mr. Cha, who speaks excellent English and normally doesn't do private tours, as he works for a high end hotel.
Can you tell I felt guilty when I found out you were the other person trying to book Jermsak at the same time I was? I did my best for a fellow DE! I think you will really like Mr. He is an exceptional person, who I met when he volunteered as a translator at El Shadai orphanage. You know I was only joking Broder: What an amazing trip you took that day. I would love to be able to take the same rafting trip when I go back.
I hope that I will be able to experience such a trip one day. I can still recall the old professor prattling on, he would say " for every action there is a reaction ". Nice to read about your trip with Jermsak. He is so well spoken and worldly for someone who's schooling ended early and who has never left Thailand.
A truly amazing man and a wonderful guide. Our excursion included a 3-hour trek up into the hills, sometimes very steep "stairways," past waterfalls and small villages. A bit weary we are late 60's up to 70 , we happily trundled onto his thatched-roof bamboo raft for the slide down the Mee Kok. Jermsak and his sweet shy wife cooked delicious dishes as we drifted aided by oarsmen fore and aft.
Later we did the elephant ride up a hill, with some unintended thrills as our big beast liked to hang over the edge to grab some bamboo leaves, then we briefly wadedin teh river atop the big guy. We passed on the hot spring, given the time of day, and ended with the cool limestone cave used for Buddhist prayers. Wonderful day, highly recommended. Caroline, great report and whilst our days were limited in Northern Thailand before heading to Laos to meet our friends we do plan on going back maybe next year.
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