Building a Tibetan earth house in Thailand is a challenge. Through six weeks of hardship, we learned to appreciate each other. We learned the true meaning of giving. We transformed ourselves just like mud that made the house.
Childhood memory as a young scout helped Bo think of what to do next.
Each step of work is learning. The house construction is rooted in both Tibetan wisdom and Thai experience.
\It’s not easy to protect a Tibetan roof in the Thai climate.
Trying hard to make the walls strong by experimental hammering
Finally, there’s a fun part
Volunteer builders will return to resume the work this weekend.