1 day, no no no, few hours to go! 😘 😘 😘
It all started here - yes the connection, the craze, the romance, call it whatever! Even today when I cross D Varee Makassan hotel (I did just this weekend), I get goosebumps. I can't wait to see you 🙈🙈🙈 You are already flying traversing over Bay of Bengal! Safe flight babes! Love and loads and loads of kinkyness! Come over soon! Bites and kisses!
@jessieflorence_ you looking like a kuttypapa in the photo in the middle 😂😂😂 look at you, why you looking at me like that? Hahahahaha!
Students of Cambridge College Thailand
This is Jaijai from year 7. He is one of the disciplined kids I have ever come across. Not only that, he always puts up a smile on his face - cutest one I have seen. He likes to read cartoon books, both in English and Thai. He loves Batman. English is his favorite subject. He likes to play badminton during his leisure time.
When I asked him to tell me one thing that I don't know of him, he told he possesses a serious wish to become the director of a school in the future - woah, that's something unusual and big! I hope he can pursue his dreams!
Students of Cambridge College Thailand
Bam from year 8 used to be a spoilt gal when she joined Foundation 7 a year and half back, but now she has turned out to be a very nice and lovely child. Our bond grew stronger when she started dating one of my ex-students last year. 😂
She likes to watch movies - she prefers comedy movies. She also likes to cook. When she grows up, she wants to be a chef. The new thing that I got to know today is that she broke up with her bf - the same guy I mentioned above. Great news!
Recently she has sprained her ankle and is using a walking stick to walk around. Hope she get well soon.
Phitsanulok is a manor junction city connecting Northern and North-eastern Thailand to other parts of the country. You will get buses from here to almost any city of the country, has trains and flights too.
I have been living in this city for almost 2 years now, and I wonder there are so many places, so many alleys, so many lanes that are yet to be explored. Today I took a motorbike-taxi (yes, it's called like that here) to get around few parts of the city. Captured this 30-s video on the way. You could see the purple songthaew (shared van) that connect almost every place of the city, the closed train market that will open shortly in the evening, Chinese New Year decoration on the roads, super popular 7/11 convenient store, Phitsanulok train station along with the train model in front of it, usual chaos on the road on the way to Topland Plaza - the oldest mall of this city.
This city is bustling yet languid - it is a small city with growing ambition.
Not only because I am vegan and do not entertain animal tested products, but I love my body, hair, and skin and avoid chemical products as much as possible. I have been using this homemade shampoo since long and have seen great effect. I would certainly love to share the recipe.
1. Mix grounded or powdered soapnut, shikakai, dried gooseberries, fenugreek seeds, flaxseeds, and hibiscus flower (2:2:2:1:1:1 ratio).
2. Dissolve the mixed powder in boiled water (powder:water should be 1:2 ratio) and keep it overnight
3. Bring the solution to boil in low flame for at least 20 minutes unless the quantity reduces and solution becomes dense.
4. Cool the solution down.
5. Filter the solution. Filtrate is the shampoo and you can use the residue as a pack for your hair next time before you shampoo.
6. Store the shampoo in a fridge and also the pack for longevity. You can keep it for at least 2 months.
Note: It does not contain any harmful chemicals or parfum, and it also does not wash off oil from your head. It surely cleanses your hair and is extremely good for the root of hair and scalp. It boosts hair growth. No it does not create any froth as store shampoo does. It does not have a good smell, so you can use homemade lemon juice as a conditioner after washing your hair with this. See how it works for you and contact me for any more details. I would be happy to help.