We made our way out of town to a Chinese village we had seen and been wanting to visit. We were and still are confused as to what it is, are they Thai-Chinese? only Chinese? is it even Chinese? It is a beautiful village full of Chinese symbols and buildings and we don’t speak Chinese or Thai so we may never know.
On our way out we passed the village following signs that said “Viewpoint”. We were not sure what it was but we wanted to find out. The road was a bit treacherous being very steep and muddy, but I am glad we carried on, it was totally worth it.
beautifully decorated resting hut
revving the engines up this hill!
20 baht a person (kids are free) for the view point, we almost didn’t do it since we weren’t sure we wanted to spend a dollar each for a view (we are turning into cheapies-hehe)
the complimentary tea made our decision for us
tea service for four
the air was cool and so fresh
I felt like we were on top of the world, it was so peaceful
happy boy, Peyton
Conner serving us tea
he spilled a little
Jarrett showing the proper way to drink tea-ha!
my super hot husband
I can’t read Thai
amazing views-it really lived up to its name of “viewpoint” (and was worth a dollar)
this made me so excited to visit the Great Wall of China-we are only a couple countries away
they really are on top of the world
playing a made up game of Pokemon they created (I like this photo, I think it looks like they are playing in the clouds)
Daddy being silly and making us all laugh
back down to the Chinese village
coke bottle with silk flowers inside
now to pick out my own tea set
if you buy a tea set, you also get a tea service
complete with dried fruits
my very own set and a bag of Oolong tea (our family choice after trying many leaves)