Baan Canna Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... family. This does lead to some domestic strife (quote from our teacher). A burden for the Karen male. Unusually for Thailand where 97% of society is Buddhist most Karen are Christian.
The Karen are known for looking after domestic elephants for many generations. The control they have over the elephant is done through a language of commands and an individual who is the minder or Mahout for the elephant. Each elephant on this tour was followed ...
... at our guesthouse told us to go to the Elephant Reserve where you can see them and they also have a hospital. She said they do carry spikes around them as they are dangerous but it is how it must be. A Dutch couple, Dico and Jessica, were also thinking of going so we both hired a scooter each and went together. The drive was quite long and scary. We were on a main highway the whole journey and I didn't enjoy it. Dave looked after us though. We eventually got to the ...
... and medications
are in English which is nice for me! I am assigned to the trauma ward which is
mostly motor vehicle accidents people who are riding on motorcycles with no helmets
and after seeing all of these 45 patients I believe it should be a Law! Ridiculous
young young children are in the hospital because of motor cycle accident so
sad. I notice out on the street they will put a entire family on one little scooter,
motor cycle thing. I also ...
While I am not the best of writers here goes nothing on my first blog.... Yesterday we began the long expedition of flying halfway around the world to Chiang Mai, Thailand. We checked our luggage and filled it with extra books and gifts at Messiah around 6:30 am to then load up into the van and head over to Dulles airport which took about 2 hours. Our first flight was going to be a doozy... 15 hours which I didn't think sounded that bad but not being able to stretch out your legs ...
... with lights around us listening to the sea. We all ordered various curries and Eiry tried something new...she didn't like it as it was not what he expected and when she shook the bottle of sauce the lid came off and it went all over her chest...even the waiters were laughing! We also had company at our table, there was a big husky dog lying down besides us. We decided that we were also going to try ad do the snorkelling trip tomorrow ...