As tourists, me and Ken, this is our first time in Thailand (when I was a kid, my dad worked at Alor Setar, Kedah, so the closest I was to Thailand was at Malaysia-Thailand border). As any good tourists should be - if we don't know or not sure - we ask the locals. 80%-90% of the locals WILL try their best to assist us. Broken language, weird gestures, smiling faces. Even dogs will bark at us!
The joy of discovering new places intensifies when we get help from others. We learned to communicate with other human beings. When we ask, we let them be helpful. It's not just about you getting answers. So act like a tourist, wherever you are, at school, at home, at public, with friends, family members, and strangers - ASK.
Ask and you'll find. It's true. You don't find because you didn't ask. Even better, ask good questions and you'll get good answers. If you don't get the answer that you want, what you have to do is to modify or change your question. Even if you still don't get the answer that you (might) expected, you'll learn along the way. So, be like a tourist, if you don't know or not sure - ASK
THINK BIG. START SMALL. GO DEEP.