The rains have arrived, but where are the tourists?
What will this month bring apart from the long-awaited the monsoon which will limit what we can do on the farm
but learning more each day and working with the farm team particularly with Mr. Wang as we embark on building another choc house or hammock dwelling as well as swing and climbing frame for the visitors when they start to arrive again in the high season.
I will post images of the farm as the season changes as we look forward to getting on with some big projects this year as we have some good ideas from the volunteers on making the area around the visitor centre more appealing, including replacing the floor on our floating pontoon.
TIP OF THE POST
Having a new young volunteer from Scotland here on the farm who has a willingness to try pepper in just about everything, we quickly discovered that our salted green pepper goes really well with peanut butter and chocolate.
Try it out it really is good, however, if you are a bit more conventional then stick with the red pepper as with the skin being sweet it goes with both sweet and spicy dishes.
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