Those who don’t pond of Travelling may spend time lazily at the resort or roaming around tribal communities to see how the people of different origins survive their living on their tradition livelihood.
A HAPPY VISITOR
Returning from your own arranged Jungle trip, you join the others at the Jungle resort’s Langkha Mai (Wood Roof) Food and Coffee corner where your friends have been served.
On the dining table are the Western and the Thai style dishes. You see several local people have the seats at the next table. They ask for beer, whisky, wine and popular local stuff.
At the hour of sunset, Thai and tribal villagers walk down from the mountain to return home.
One of them greets you in the Karen dialect: “Ta Su Phi Sa Yor Bue Tue Ka”
“You’re a very happy person,’’ your interpreter would translate it for you.
October, November, December: 15 C and 20 C
January, February: 10 C and 30 C
March, April: 25 C and 35 C; moderate showers and wind
May, June, July, August, September: 20 C and 32 C with rains