Monday, May 2, 2016

Through My Lens

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A Tea Plantation outside of Chiang Rai, Thailand

 There were rows and rows of Tea Plants no matter which direction we looked ...




 There was a little shop and restaurant at the top of the hill ...






These mouth watering deserts were all made with tea ... and to die for :)




Tea for Two ...

and Two for Tea ...

This was a wonderful place to visit and learn about how the tea, that we drink a great deal of at home, is grown ...






And of course, we couldn't leave without some Choui-Fong Tea, right?

Andrea
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8 comments:

  1. I love your photos. Thailand is a very beautiful place. I've never seen tea plants, so this was so very interesting. I'm amazed at how beautiful these huge tea gardens (more like plantations) are.

    Tis a bit on the gray and damp side here today. But Pogo and I will go out because he has an appointment for his check up this afternoon. I had hoped that by now the sun would be shining, but that is not to be.

    I need to do a few things around here before we leave. Pogo sends woofs to Izzi. You have a wonderful day my friend. Hugs, Edna B.

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  2. It is always great to see how things grow -- and what a beautiful tea plantation this is! And the deserts do look wonderful.

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  3. I wonderful experience to find Out how tea was growing and processed

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  4. Just beautiful. I am also a big tea drinker. And may have to find out about becoming a tea eater.

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  5. Hello Andrea, it is wonderful to see where the tea is grown. The plantation photos are lovely. The desserts look delicious. I wish I could try one. Thanks for sharing your visit. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  6. What a great experience. I want to see a tea plantation too.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  7. What a beautiful tea plantation. Love seeing everything so green!

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  8. Thanks for sharing your tea plantation photos. Have a great week!

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