To the Agri-Nature Foundation

After a day and a half of resting and catching up we were on the road again, this time to Chonburi and then on to Sa Kaew Province in the east. Our good friend, and extraordinary organiser, Kris had arranged for me to be interviewed by Channel 3 from Thai TV. We had barely arrived at the home of the Agri-Nature Foundation in Chonburi when I was straight into being interviewed, and then filmed with our host Wiwat Salyakumtorn (known as Ajarn Yak (which means ‘Giant Teacher’)). Then another interview by a documentary crew. No time to do our own filming! Our accommodation for the night was in an open air Thai-style hut. Lots of tree frogs, crickets and other creatures to sing us to sleep and wake us up in the morning!!

Gavin, about to be interviewed by Channel 3 from Thai TV
Gavin, about to be interviewed by Channel 3 from Thai TV
Ajarn Yak (Giant Teacher), a man on a mission to develop the self-sufficient economy approach in Thailand and more widely in the world
Ajarn Yak (Giant Teacher), a man on a mission to develop the self-sufficient economy approach in Thailand and more widely in the world

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