The perfect getaway from modern society. Get back to nature in this simple accommodation on a permaculture property. Mountainview with a hammock, wifi, cat, chickens and mountain stream. Best of both worlds, with funky, alternative Pai town 3km away.
The earth house was made by myself with many friends and volunteers. It is on a 3,5 acre property that will be yours to enjoy and explore. We have planted a permaculture food forest and experimented with many sustainable techniques and appropriate technology. For anyone interested in a more sustainable and natural lifestyle, this will surely interest you. Also, there should be plenty of fresh yummy bananas and papayas, amongst other tasty treats for you to enjoy during your stay!
You will have the whole house and 3,5 acre property to yourself to enjoy.
Interakcija s gostima
I will not be there to show you around or welcome you. However, our neighbour, Nang, is the caretaker of the property. She will be there to help you. She comes from Burma and does not speak english. So communication will have to happen with hands and feet :) If necessary, you can call me on my dutch ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) lilly.zeitler to translate for you.
I always feel I should emphasize that my place is very simple and not luxurious. There is just one gas stove to cook on. No fridge yet, so you will need to buy fresh produce. Also, the last 100 meters to get there is really just a cowpath, so you can not drive onto the property. It is a little bit roughing it. There are, of course, some creature comforts as well though, such as wifi and a comfortable mattress. :)
Please act in accordance with local culture, so no nudity or other culturally innacceptable behaviour outdoors where you may be seen by local people.
Do NOT put the toilet paper in the toilet as it will clog our septic system!!! Use a waste bin. Thanks! :)
My name is Lilly. I am 26 years old. I am currently studying Sustainability in the Netherlands. Before that I was living in Thailand for 8 years, completing high school and then making a permaculture farm. That meant lots of tree planting for a permaculture food forest and getting muddy to build an earth house. Now I live on the 19th floor of a skyscraper in the big city and renting out my Pai permaculture homestead in the meantime. Looking forward to hearing from all of you! :)