Video: Teacher "Boy" praised for his amusing efforts in getting to school

Video: Teacher "Boy" praised for his amusing efforts in getting to school

 

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Picture: Sanook

 

Netizens heaped praise on a Chiang Mai teacher who posted his experiences of getting to his remote school.

 

Several videos posted on the site of Nopparat Jaroenphon - or Boy - showed his efforts in going up a muddy mountain track in the rain.

 

At one point it looked like he might end up in the ravine rather than safely in class at Ban Bai Na school where he teaches.

 

The teacher described his journey as tough.....and really not all that funny!

 

Sanook said netizens were united in praise for the dedicated teacher.

 

Source: Sanook

 
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