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Thanks to my friend Bill Burnette for providing me with a Google Earth satellite image of my school. I have added a few labels for the various buildings in the image below.
You can view this location on Google Maps by clicking here or you can access the kml file for viewing on Google Earth by clicking here.
This is a very rural area, not far from the Cambodian border – I think Jason told me the closest movie theater is in Bangkok, 4 hours west of here! They grow rice, sugar cane, cassava (root is used to make tapioca flour), palm oil trees, and eucalyptus trees here and the roads are busy with all kinds of interesting agricultural vehicles. Here’s one of the most interesting I’ve seen so far…