Bungalow Life

Before I even hoppedb2 on my plane to Surat Thani, I had decided that I needed to live in one of the bungalows in order to make my Thailand experience complete. After reading one of the housing articles on the Super English website (http://superenglishsurat.com/), I fell in love with the simple but beautiful little homes in the middle of the jungle. After a long day being energetic Teacher Allie, nothing makes me happier than crossing Donnock Bridge into the jungle and leaving the town aspect of Surat Thani behind. It’s really the best of both worlds, because I get to live in a bungalow surrounded by palm trees and monitor lizards, but I am just a quick drive away from school, the night market, 7-11, and many restaurants. Another major plus of living in the b3bungalows is that the other 4 are filled with fellow Super English teachers, so I get to live right next door (and across the pond) from my friends. I also get to pick bananas right off the tree behind my home, see monitor lizards float by, watch gorgeous sunsets, and relax in my hammock… I could go on forever. I have to be honest and say that the only con is the occasional giant spider or gecko corpse in my bungalow, but it’s all part of the experience and I wouldn’t have it any other way! (ignore my post-motorbike crash bandage)

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