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Mai Pben Rai permeates the culture, creating a population of people that are ridiculously easy-going, and, at times, extremely disorganized. Michael wanted to warn us about this before we began teaching Home alone and wanting in chainat schools, because he did not chhainat any of us uptight Americans to get frustrated or, worse, embarrass any Thais. We had about three days of training before we began the first leg of the Volunthai experience: English camp is an optional program for students and students would sign up for camp from each school. Our camps lasted two to four days and gave Thai students a chance to practice their English with native speakers.
Most of the time, students did not have to pay to attend and Volunthai provided the service to the school for just a small donation. Our first camp was in a small town in central Thailand called Chainat. Arriving at the school the day before camp, we were enthusiastically greeted by the Thai English teachers and were dragged from one office to another, being introduced with pride to the other faculty. During this particular camp, we were given hotel rooms, but for all the other camps we either stayed in the homes of Thai teachers or in classrooms or infirmaries of schools. Thai students tend to be very fun and playful, but they were almost always shy at the beginning and hesitant to speak English.
So Michael would begin the camp with a series of jokes, always leaving us volunteers wondering what he was saying about us when he switched to speaking in Thai and the room erupted in laughter. Loud, raucous activities were particularly amusing to the Thai students, who are generally encouraged to act respectfully, demurely, and not draw attention to themselves. Most of our activities involved songs, games and competitions that culminated in dancing and exploring the campus. We did scavenger hunts, the hokey pokey, and other high-energy activities. By the end of the first day of English Camp, I was exhausted, sweaty and genuinely happy.
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The next day, after appearing at Home alone and wanting in chainat camp to encourage the students to take allone of this opportunity to practice English, he took us out to a scrumptious dinner and then back to his office in City Hall. Later that night he surprised us with a visit from some friends on motorcycles, giving each volunteer a tour around town on an impromptu motorcade! In the month that we traveled the countryside facilitating English Camps, I came to appreciate the unwavering warmth and beauty of the Thai people, especially the students. Whenever we split into groups and some of my female students had a chance, they would ask me questions about my life in America: Their enthusiasm was infectious and I could not resist falling in love with Thailand, not to mention the other volunteers I shared such close quarters with.
Once or twice a month volunteers may have an opportunity to get together on the weekend and lead an English Camp such as this one. The little girl packs her notebook and pens into her backpack and, after a quick breakfast, heads to Baan Maab Phai School. Her little school, in Baan Buang district in Chon Buri, last month hosted an English language project organised jointly by the Semester at Sea programme from the USA and Volunthai, a local group that brings foreign volunteers to help rural students learn English. Cruising around the world, the students of the Semester at Sea programme recently docked at Laem Chabang Port before heading off to other regional destinations.
While some of the students choose the sandy beach of Pattaya and others ventured off to Myanmar, 25 diehard volunteers chose to go to Baan Maab Phai School to spread the word of English among the students. But teaching the kids is a rewarding experience.
Even chainag the school is just wanfing couple of hundred kilometres from Ho,e and very close to the tourist destination of Pattaya, most of the students have difficulty with English and some are even farang-phobic. Sometimes a PE teacher has to teach Maths and English too. All we can do is explain the basics and some grammar. What they gain in these two and a half days could chainatt more than they will learn in a year at school. Home alone and wanting in chainat though they know only a little English and the volunteers Santing hardly any Thai, communication is not a problem. They always gave wanying a wai traditional Thai greeting. The kids have the chance to speak Homs interact with native speakers naturally.
After a long day in the classroom the volunteers slone get to learn Thai by staying with a local host family. But my host family was very welcoming. They chaiant me aloje huge meals. I showed them pictures of my family and important cities like L. I my family showed me photos of themselves, their friends, and many places around Thailand. We were like tour wantong for our own countries. How much English the kids chaniat learn is not as important and the inspiration aalone learn more that they get from such a fun meeting with the volunteers. For once they were meeting real farang and not just the Hollywood celebrities that come over in movies and on the TV.
This is what Michael Anderson envisaged when he established Volunthai in The volunteers also learn something equally important and get an insight into Thailand. They are treated as if they were Thai, as part of the host family. The kids chose their favorite farangs and the volunteers awarded scholarships to the students who had gained the most from the project. I love them all. The driver was very polite and the Van was air conditioned with plenty of comfortable seating. The three of them sat in the front of the van while my friends and I were able to occupy the back.
The ride to the farm took about 90 minutes which gave us plenty of time to relax, doze off a little bit, and chit chat about our excitement for the day. As the van was weaving up the mountain, beautiful panoramas of the countryside were visible. It was a cloudy day and mother nature was surely at work painting a beautifully spotted sky with bits of light and dark resembling a rainforest afternoon. When we finally reached the top of the mountain, the little bit of nausea felt from the altitude and the winding roads was immediately replaced by utter joy.
We got out of our vans and there stood 2 beautiful creatures: A Mother elephant and her baby! One other van arrived at the same time and the 12 of us were just left with these 2 animals while our guides disappeared to get supplies? We basically got unstructured play time with these 2 elephants and got to pet them, hug them, feed them and take pictures the guides all came back and we all gathered in a little bamboo gazeebo while the main guide gave us a run down of the day and what we would be doing. We were to be elephant trainers for the day! At the end of the run down we got our shirts which we would have to wear so that the animals recognize you as part of their squad. I will say they are one sizes fits MOST.
I am a little on the heavier side and the top was pretty tight, but wearable We split into 2 groups of 6 based on our sizes and who we came with and then we began to trekk through the jungle to find the other elephants, so exciting! We arrived at a clearing in the jungle and saw about 9 elephants just hanging around by a river. We were each introduced to our elephants and at this point we had to get to know them and they had to get to know, and trust, us. The way to an elephant's heart is, of course, FOOD! So, for about 20 minutes we fed and fed and fed and fed our animals while telling them hello and making eye contact.