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The Sabai Life
o Tha Din Daeng villagers, Habbideen Wahala’s life is not just that of a farmer, or a fisherman or a dad. When neighbors and family come looking for “Deen,” they may find him picking long beans with his bare hands or working with local fishermen at the pier. He might also be relaxing with friends on his porch or reading in his hammock.

Wahala lives the “sabai” life.

“Sabai” is a Thai word with no simple English translation that describes happy, comfortable living. With his easy smile, it is a life Wahala balances daily.

 

     
Slideshow The Hydroponic Farming Process
Fun Box A Sabai Day
The following schedule, based on observations of Habbideen Wahala's life, is an example of how one living the "sabai" life might go about a typical Friday.

Links
10 Essential Thai Words and Phrases

Explaining Certain Thai Traits

The Benefits of Hydroponic Growing:Why Hydroponics as Opposed to Traditional Growing

Hydroponics Gardening Resources

 
     
     
 

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