Living at the orphanage Baan Unrak with three year old daughter

Baan Unrak means ¨House of Joy¨ and is home of over 130 orphans. Also single and abandoned mothers found a home here.

For the next six month, this will also be the home for me and my three-and-a-half-year old daughter. Rucksack Coach and the little owl are living at Baan Unrak in Sangkhlaburi, Thailand.

As a EFT-Practitioner I work with different traumas of the orphans.

 

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The main house is where the girls sleep. There is also the meditation and yoga room, the computer room, liberay and office.

 

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Laundry to dry in the hallway.

 

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Waiting for ice cream. Someone donated 50$ to buy ice cream for the kids. For 100$ they can buy the ingrediants for pizza for 130 kids.

 

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Eating on the ground.

 

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An empty ice cream container is the plate.

Every child brings his own plate, after the meal they clean it and return it to their room.

 

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Breakfast: Nudels, yoghurt and tofu. In Baan Unrak they eat vagan. They also don´t eat onions, garlic and mushrooms.

 

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Usually in Baan Unrak they buy their ghee in Bangkok at the market. But Bangkok is 8hours away. Today I taught the new baker how to make his own ghee.

 

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Butter is slowly heated for 30 min.

 

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Babu from India, is the organic farmer here, he helped to filter the ghee.

 

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Ghee ready to cool down.

 

 

Translation: German

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