Betake oneself, into Maha Sarakham, Thailand

My guide and friend, Nat (pronounced as “Nut”) took me to an almost sleepy town somewhere in Maha Sarakham province. The town, with a small population, was devoid of the usual tourists. A quick meal, two bowls in fact, banished the lethargic feeling when one has so little sleep. I must, truly, return to see the people and rural terrain, and experience the sensations once again.

Table against the wall that's made from cheap wood.

Table against the wall that’s made from cheap wood.

 

Days of old, simple "rural" needs of folks.

Days of old, simple “rural” needs of folks.

 

Woman prepares noodles with small local beef strips and soothing hot broth.

Woman prepares noodles with small local beef strips and hot broth.

 

At the back of the old restaurant, greenery greeted the sights, in a province surrounded by dry terrain.

At the back of the old restaurant, greenery greeted the sights, in a province surrounded by dry terrain.

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Zashnain

An avid blogger, twitterer and photojournalist, Zashnain Zainal suffers from an incurable addiction to social work, helping marginalised communities since 1989. Nowadays he travels from the plantations of Malaysia to the slums of Thailand. He can be found at zashnain.com and @bedlamfury

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